Northeastern University (Architecture)
Northeastern University (Master's)
I am a born and raised Bostonian and an Architectural Designer with an MArch from Northeastern University. My focus is on the digital tools and techniques available to us and how they can enhance the design process. Teaching what you know to others and passing down skills is an important part of the learning process, both for the student and the teacher. My goal is to make Revit accessible to users of all skill levels and allow anyone to succeed.
I have been a dedicated Revit user for the past five years. My project experience spans from core/shell work to retail, hospitality and corporate interiors across all phases of construction. I'm also a Revit troubleshooter as well as a trainer, solving complex problems and providing learning opportunities. In addition to mentoring others I have also been involved in developing standards, templates and implementing best practices across many different project types.
If you are making the leap from student work to a professional project environment, or are looking to learn more advanced Revit practices, contact me and I will be able to help. Available for training general skills, families and parametrics, best practices and BIM strategy. I am a born and raised Bostonian and an Architectural Designer with an MArch from Northeastern University. My focus is on the digital tools and techniques available to us and how they can enhance the design process. Teaching what you know to others and passing down skills is an important part of the learning process, both for the student and the
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I have approximately ten years of AutoCAD experience in both an academic and office environment. Using AutoCAD for conceptual sketches and construction documentation efforts. Also a member of a support team tasked with solving AutoCAD problems within the firm.
I have been using Revit primarily for the past five years in an architectural office environment. In addition to a wide variety of projects I am also involved in a Revit Support Group that handles troubleshooting as well as training for the firm. Often this takes place as one-on-one teaching of specific subjects, but can also be a group training venue. I have also been involved in standards and template/BIM library creation and management for several different platforms.