I consider myself to be a product chemist. I approach design with a strong sense of scientific methodology. Much like a chemist combines substances, many aspects of design need to be combined in order to have a successful design. The perfect mixture for a designed product is one that combines all supporting elements. Giving all of these equal importance, the formula begins to become animated. And it is the reaction of all these elements with each other that a final product can be derived.

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Work History

objective: To obtain a position in a design firm education: Philadelphia University, Philadelphia PA Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design, May 2004 Faculty Scholorship Swinburne University in Melbourne. (Victoria, Australia) Prahran School of Design Accepted to study abroad program spring 2003 Exhibition Design: The World from Above, Large Photography Display The House of Tomorrow, Future Home Concepts skills: Computer Skills: Solid Works, Rhinocerous, Autodesk Viz 4 AutoCad 2000, Illustrator 10.0 Photoshop 7.0 Flash MX, Microsoft Power Point hand sketching and marker rendering Model Building: Paper, wood, foam (high and low density), alluminum, steel, kevlar, carbon fiber, fiberglass, styrene, acrylic. work experience: Nave, Newell and Stampfl, LTD. Architecture and Engineering Student Intern, Cad Technician Spring and Summer, 2000 and 2001 Winter 2000-01, 01-02 Weldwire, Inc. Packageing and Shipping Winter 2002-03 3-D Automotive Customer Service, parts delivery Summer 2002, 2003

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Philadelphia University

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