University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee (Architecture)
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee (Master's)
I started out going to one of the most competitive architecture schools in the nation. This after growing up in a Midwest town where all the public buildings and large private buildings were commissioned from world famous architects, and generally published widely. I didn't have to think too hard to notice that some of these work better than others. I guess I always had a sense of that. One of the things that made the school I went to so competitive was that we entered all the regional and national design compositions and generally walked away with almost all the prizes. These are arenas that few have much access to. No one is really excluded, the gates are basically your own effort and your own imagination. That doesn't mean you can't get help.
I started an ambitious architectural career; and I thought I would be doing that my whole working life; but other things outside of work intervened. Subsequently I have explored many alternate paths. Of course being well aware of relationships between the original education and those many other paths.
I have a very competitive Master of Architecture degree, professional registration, much travel and exploration of many subsequent arenas of life application of above education.
I started out going to one of the most competitive architecture schools in the nation. This after growing up in a Midwest town where all the public buildings and large private buildings were commissioned from world famous architects, and generally published widely. I didn't have to think too hard to notice that some of these work better than
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I have held a very competitive professional Master of Architecture degree, professional registration, and have much travel and exploration of many alternative paths since then. I have worked in virtually all architectural specialties and have led others as well in almost all. I have led as many as 100 people at a time in various disciplines and trades, on projects in excess of 100 million dollars. I certainly know what an employer is looking for, and how to teach what has to be taught on the fly as well.
I have experience with vast study of different range of techniques for educational purposes. Professionally, this has been mostly used to communicate and develop projects with architectural clients.
I have much experience with using drawing has a tool of collaboration.
I have experience with a vast range of different techniques and expressions for educational purposes. Professionally, I have applied graphic studies to both improving drawing communication, and built signage and marquees, usually related to architectural developments.