I am a problem solver by nature. I enjoy hands on design, building 3D models and prototypes are where my passions lie. Incorporating classic design and styling integrated with today’s technologies is what I consider to be me as a designer. My designs must be 100% functional and practical as they serve the user.
-Industrial Design. The School of Architecture and Design at
Philadelphia University, Philadelphia PA. May 2004
-Swinburne University of Technology, Victoria, Australia.
Study Abroad Febuary-June 2003
-St. Joseph's Preparatory School. Philadelphia PA May 2000.
-Develpopment of concepts, through research
-Design with a certian purpose in mind
-Create a logical presentation of ideas.
-Integrating valuable opnions and perspectives of other
designers to inform designs
-Designing around restraints of specific materials
-Knowledge of materials and processes for production
-Skils with handtools and machines.
-Woodshop metalshop welding
-Conveying ideas through drawings
-Renderings to show form
-Computer skills:Photoshop, Illustrator, Rhinoceros,
Flash MX, and a strong emphasis Vellum Solids.
-ReadyMade Magazine. Featured article: “A Chindogu Must Exist,” Ratliff, Evan.Issue #6, Spring 2003, p.48
-1998-2000. City wide Chem Dry- Technitian/Sales. Philadelphia PA
-2000-2002 The Sporting Club at the Bellevue- Front desk reception.Philadelphia PA
-1999-2003. William Penn House- Lifeguard. Philadelphia PA