I am an undergraduate student currently enrolled in the Accelerated Masters Program for naval and ocean engineering at Stevens Institute of Technology. My educational and career passions include the fields of engineering, architecture, and public service. I enjoy collaborating on real-world projects, particularly those that involve enhancing accessibility and design in urban environments. Throughout my academic journey, I have gained valuable experience in engineering, architecture, programming, and robotics.
During my first architecture project, my partner Mason and I were tasked with renovating a historic home in Ohio City. Our floor plans detail an addition for the second floor containing a primary bedroom suite. Our goal was to consider the client's requests such as a spacious bathroom and storage space. We worked to bring new vitality and utility to the property while maintaining the ambiance and historic style. To conclude, we communicated our design by presenting to an architect.
Working with a team of three other architecture students, we completed designs for a renovation of the property on Detroit for Harness Collective. This project was challenging because we were forced to consider the needs of multiple brands sharing the space. To complete this project we used Autodesk Revit to generate 3D models of our proposed design. Throughout the project we were able to work with the clients themselves to understand their visions for the space.
For my final architecture project, my classmates Alexa, Wyatt, and I worked with Green Movement Glenville, a nonprofit organization. Located in Cleveland's Glenville Neighborhood, the development area incudes four different parcels and a combination of both indoor and outdoor space. We created a master site plan to show how different spaces would fit together. To conclude the project, we built a piece of furniture in our school's Fab Lab. Our piece, designed for an outdoor greenhouse, innovatively combines multiple functions.
The Cerro Muleto hydrology project involved formulating a plan to provide clean, accessible drinking water to a remote village in Panama. Working with students from the Mastery School of Hawken, I used the Environmental Protection Agency's EPANET software to model our water distribution system. We considered source contaminants, terrain and topology, and water pressure and flow rates. In addition we created a budget for all the system components. At the end we presented our ideas to an engineer representing Engineers Without Borders.
I am a USRowing certified coach and retired captain of the Cleveland Foundry Juniors. I have over five years of experience on the Cuyahoga and have raced at many different events.
Head of the Cuyahoga • Mens Jr. Novice 8+ • 14th
Hoover Columbus Fall Classic • Mens Jr. Novice 8+ • 7th
Blake Haxton Fall Regatta • Mens 1st Novice 8+ • 10th
Midwest Youth Championship • Boys U17 2x • 5th
Midwest Youth Championship • Boys 1st Varsity 4+ • 6th
Head of the Cuyahoga • Mens Jr. 4+ • 15th
Head of the Ohio • Mens Youth 2x • 8th
Hoover Columbus Fall Classic • Mens Jr. 1x • 11th
Blake Haxton Fall Regatta • Mens Varsity 2x • 5th
Hoover Sprints • Mens Varsity 4+ • 5th
John Bennett Regatta • Mens Varsity 4+ • 9th
Head of the Cuyahoga • Mens Youth 4+ • 15th
Head of the Ohio • Mens Youth 1x • 11th
Hoover Columbus Fall Classic • Mens Jr. 1x • 5th
Blake Haxton Fall Regatta • Mens 1st Varsity 4+ • 16th
Rust Belt Grand Prix • Mixed Varsity 8x+ • 1st
Rust Belt Grand Prix • Mens 1st Varsity 4+ • 2nd
Hoover Sprints • Mens Varsity 4+ • 6th
Midwest Youth Championship • Mens Varsity 4+ • 6th