This is my most recent print portfolio. It's pages focus primarily on academic output between 2010 & 2012. The publication also includes various extracurricular graphic design and illustration projects.
Dimensions is the annual, student-produced journal of architecture at the University of Michigan. It seeks to contribute to the critical discourse of architectural education by documenting the most compelling work produced by its students, faculty, fellows, and visiting lecturers.
Dimensions solicits work each fall for inclusion in the upcoming volume, which is designed and produced during the academic year in with the guidance of a faculty advisor in Arch 466. Advance copies of the printed journal are given to architecture graduates each spring at Commencement, with a public unveiling to the school the following September. Purchasing information is included on each of the titles pages. * via taubmancollege.umich.edu
Working as an editor for Dimensions 24, our staff had the privileged opportunity to present the year's student work, essays, guest lectures and exhibits through our chosen language of graphical pacing and organization. Consequently, rather than relying on traditional means of compartmentalization via obvious themes of thesis, lectures etc., our team attempted to arrange content following the more immediate, connected currents of theoretical and professional interest. In doing so, the reader is increasingly apt to draw new conclusions from separate, yet complementary projects and perspectives.
Harry Weese : Columbus, IN
This brief retrospective of Harry Weese's work in Columbus, Indiana was completed as an independent study in 2009. Siting the architecture through an introductory map, the pamphlet draws on every major Weese project; these range from his first commission of Schmitt Elementary, to the most noted First Baptist Church, and my personal favorite, the Lincoln Center Ice Rink.