Hoffman Construction - 2009
Three-dimensional ʻSketchupʼ models were created for project proposals at ʻHoffman Constructionʼ.
The John Ross Tower
TVA Architects - 2006
During design development, I drafted architectural plans, sections, elevations, and details
relative to the exterior skin of this high-rise condominium project.
Benson Industries & NBBJ - 2005
While working for ʻBenson Industriesʼ I helped draft curtain wall shop drawings for this tower.
Benson Industries & ZGF - 2004
At ʻBenson Industriesʼ I also helped draft curtain wall shop drawings for this medical research building.
Rose City Family Medicine
RAR Architects - 2003
I provided design and construction documents for this conversion:
an existing dry cleanersʼ building into a NE Portland neighborhood clinic.
Architects in Schools
St. John Fisher School - 2003
The kids were challenged to design and build their own scaled-down “huts.”
The huts were then combined to make a colorful village.
Canoy Studio Work
Canoy Studio - 2001
Worktables, benches , & shipping crates were designed and built to support artist Patrece Canoyʼs large-scale studio work.
WSU Teaching & Learning Center
Yost Grube Hall - 2000
Interior reading counters were reﬁned and detailed within the library of the Washington State University T.L.C.
Master’s Thesis Project
Tulane University - 1996
The title of this project was “Super-Duper Site Structures.”
My design included a master plan for public and private market spaces adjacent to large parking garages.
The Pearl District site was later developed heavily.
Itsukushima Visitors’ Center
Tulane University - 1994
This project consisted of a visitorsʼ and scholarsʼ center adjacent to a historic Shinto shrine.
The building was designed on a wide pier, elevated slightly above the adjacent bay.
Tulane University - 1993
This urban inﬁll project consisted of 100 units of apartment housing inserted into the Algiers Neighborhood in New Orleans.
Mississippi River Map Archive
Tulane University - 1992
This building was designed to protect historic maps and charts representing Louisiana and the Mississippi River.
The archival space was elevated to protect old documents from potential ﬂooding.
The public spaces were elevated to provide views of the river itself.