Working on several projects and a variety of conceptual projects during my degree has equipped me with significant software skills, including significant proficiency in Revit and a working knowledge of Archicad, the Adobe Suite, Twin motion, SketchUp and Lumion. In Architecture Studio courses, I worked under pressure, and collaboratively with peers and tutors. I have also had the opportunity to work on industry projects as a research assistant, where I gained practical experience and was exposed to the greater building & design industry. My recent involvement in the Thomas Jack Park
The redevelopment project in Dalby with the Western Downs Regional Council and Griffith University shows my dedication and reliability. As a team led the project, a positive and flexible attitude was essential and was a key criterion in the selection of the team. Due to my professionalism and hard work with the Dalby project, I was also selected to work on a tourism master plan redevelopment for the Etheridge Shire.
Through my studies and employment, I have found that I have a desire to do meaningful design work that
supports people and communities. That there is a need for positive environmental change within architectural design far beyond aesthetics. To design in a way that is sustainable and minimizes the negative impact of not only the people and environment at not only a commercial but also residential scale is incredibly important to me.
studio five: city systems
studio four: community centre
Studio Three: Shophouses
Thomas Jack Park Redevelopment
Etheridge Shire Tourism Masterplan