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EDUCATION

Masters of Architecture – Columbia University 1997 (Lucille Smyser Memorial Fellowship)

Bachelors of Architecture – Auburn University 1994 (Deans List)

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS | ART + DESIGN PRACTICES

DYE-PROJECTS  | 2015-present

Adjunct Architectural Design Professor | Florida Atlantic University | 2019-present 

Visiting Critic of Architecture | James Madison University | 2017-2018

Founding Director | RE gallery + studio LLC | Project Space, Curatorial and Art+Design Practice | Dallas, Texas | 2010-2015

Assistant Professor of Architecture | UT Arlington | 2007-2013

Visiting Assistant Professor of Architecture | Mississippi State University | 2004-2007

Visiting Assistant Professor of Architecture | Georgia Institute of Technology | 1999-2004

Architectural Designer | Smith Miller + Hawkinson Architects | New York, New York | 1997-1999

Graduate Teaching Assistant | Columbia University | 1996-1997

Architectural Designer | SOM - Skidmore Owings and Merrill | New York, New York | 1994-1996

 

AWARDS

ACSA National Service Award | University of Texas Arlington | 2012

AIA National Education Honors Award | "The Everyday City" | University of Texas Arlington | 2008

ACSA Creative Achievement Award | Mississippi State University | 2006

Lucille Smyser Lowenfish Memorial Prize | Award for Best Design in Upper Level Studios | Columbia University | 1997

Columbia University GSAPP | Graduate Teaching Assistantship/Scholarship | 1996-97

Alagasco Design Competition | Award for Best Design in Upper Level Studios | Auburn University | 1993

TEACHING + PRACTICES

Teaching and practices investigate inventive and adaptive reuse of materials, structures, program and spaces (from objects to territories)

Courses taught and developed: “RE practices in Art, Architecture and Design”, "Filmic Constructions of Space", "Territories of Appropriation" and “The Everyday City”

Served as a guest juror at Auburn, Barnard, Clemson, Columbia, Parsons, The Rural Studio, Berkeley, Rice, UT Austin, Virginia and Yale

Art + design build installations and collaborations include AURORA Festival, Team Better Block, Make Art with Purpose, Design Build Adventure, UTA Architecture students and Mark Martinek 

Faculty led design work for design centers and studios supported by internal and external grants

TEXTS, PRESS + RECOGNITIONS

ABSTRACT- Columbia GSAPP, ACSA Awards, AIA Columns, arq (architectural research quarterly), ARTSY, Arts + Culture of North Texas, D Home, D magazine, Dallas Culture Map, Dallas Modern Luxury, Dallas Morning News, Dallas Observer, The Dallas Pavilion, FD Home, FD Luxe, Glasstire, Juxtapoz, MAP 2013 Workbook, MOMA Fabrications, New American Paintings, Paper City, Purple Fashion, Texas Architect, TexFiles, various academic texts published in proceedings/journals

SERVICE, OUTREACH + PHILANTHROPY

Edited and co-designed publications of student and faculty work for marketing and educational purposes

Co-edited and co-designed proceedings for ACSA Southwest Regional Conference

Chaired and budgeted lecture and exhibition series

Participated in Design Build Adventure camps in Marfa, Texas Summer of 2010 and 2011

Participated in several rapid revitalization demonstrations with Team Better Block in Texas and Oklahoma 2010-2013

​RE gallery artists donated works of art to fundraisers benefiting amfAR, Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center, Dallas Museum of Art, The Nasher Sculpture Center

Photography of exhibitions under curatorial work is by Frank Darko and Kevin Todora