STEVEN CHRISTENSEN, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP

EDUCATION

Harvard University Graduate School of Design
Cambridge, MA
Master in Architecture, 2008

University of Oxford, Merton College
Oxford, UK
Summer Seminar in Architecture, 2002

University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, 2000

Luleå University of Technology
Luleå, SE
International Student Exchange, 1996

REGISTRATION

Registered Architect, California, #C33204, 2011-Present

Registered Architect, Utah, #7388214, 2009-Present

National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
NCARB Certificate #67685, 2009-Present

United States Green Building Council
LEED Accredited Professional, 2007-Present

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
Lecturer in Architecture, 2012-Present

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Lecturer in Architecture, 2008-2011

Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, MA
Studio Faculty: Career Discovery Program, 2008
Teaching Assistant: Fourth semester graduate architecture studio, 2007
Research Assistant: Preston Scott Cohen, 2006

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Steven Christensen Architecture, Los Angeles, CA, 2008-present

Preston Scott Cohen, Cambridge, MA, 2006

CORE, Washington, DC, 2003-2004

Red Rock Interactive, Salt Lake City, UT, 2002-2003

Gensler, San Francisco, CA, 2000-2002

EFT Architects, Salt Lake City UT, 1998-2000

AWARDS

Award, American Architecture Awards, 2016                                                                                     Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture, Art, Design and Urban Studies. Liepaja Thermal Bath (One of thirteen unbuilt projects nationwide to receive an award)

Award, American Architecture Awards, 2016                                                                                 Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture, Art, Design and Urban Studies. Bandersnatch (One of thirteen unbuilt projects nationwide to receive an award)

Best of the BEST award, IIDA Intermountain Region, 2016
Venafi HQ (Highest award given in any project category state-wide, single winner)
 
BEST Award, Work over 15,000 s.f., IIDA Intermountain Region, 2016
Venafi HQ (Single winner at highest level of category, state level)

BEST Award, Best on a Budget, IIDA Intermountain Region, 2016
Venafi HQ (Single winner at highest level of category, state level)

BEST Award, Single Family Residential, IIDA Intermountain Region, 2016
Broadway Loft (Single winner at highest level of category, state level)

AZ Award, Best Unbuilt Competition Entry, 2015
Liepaja Thermal Bath (International design award, highest level)

People’s Choice Award, AZURE AZ Awards, Best Unbuilt Competition Entry, 2015
Liepaja Thermal Bath (International design award, highest level)

Award, Residential Architect Design Awards (RADA), 2015
Heptagon House (One of nine projects nationwide to win highest award level)

Citation Award, AIA Los Angeles NEXT LA Design Awards, 2015
Bandersnatch (One of six projects to receive a Citation Award)

Merit Award, AIA California Council Residential Design Awards, 2014
Heptagon House (One of eight projects awarded state-wide)

Merit Award, AIA Los Angeles NEXT LA Design Awards, 2014
Heptagon House (One of four projects to receive a Merit Award)

Citation Award, AIA Los Angeles NEXT LA Design Awards, 2014
Liepaja Thermal Bath (One of four projects to receive a Citation Award)

Citation Award, AIA Los Angeles NEXT LA Design Awards, 2014
Pop-Up Chapel (One of four projects to receive a Citation Award)

Honorable Mention, Jardins Chaumont Design Competition, 2010
Rough and Ready, Chaumont sur Loire, France

Second Prize, Providence Waterfront Design Competition , 2006
Urbanscape, short listed, Second Prize winner. Providence, RI

INDEPENDENT PRACTICE

Venafi Alma Street, Palo Alto, CA, 2015-2016
7,000 square foot interior tenant build-out for software company. In progress.

Emigration House, Salt Lake City, UT, 2011-2016
New single-family residence. In progress, Selected for Emerging Professionals Exhibition at AIA Headquarters in DC.

Venice House, Venice, CA, 2015-16
Complete renovation of single-family residence. In progress.

Untitled (Credenza), Los Angeles, CA, 2015-2016
Prototype design for credenza. In progress.

Varna Library, Varna, Bulgaria, 2015
International competition proposal for new public library.

Venafi HQ2, Salt Lake City, UT, 2013-2015
37,000 square foot interior tenant build-out for software company Venafi. Built. Winner, Best of the BEST Awards, BEST Award: Work over 15,000 s.f., and BEST Award: Best on a Budget, IIDA Intermountain, 2016.

Broadway Loft, Salt Lake City, UT, 2014
Complete renovation of warehouse loft residence. Built. Winner, BEST Award: Single Family Residential, IIDA Intermountain, 2016.

Zoom (Extra Medium), Los Angeles, CA, 2014
Installation at the A+D Los Angeles Architecture and Design Museum. A No Relation collaboration, with Mads Christensen. Winner, invited competition, built.

Guggenheim Helsinki (Timber Cloud), Helsinki, Finland, 2014
International competition proposal for new museum. Selected for Emerging Professionals Exhibition at AIA Headquarters in DC.

Selfoss, Los Angeles, CA, 2014
Prototype design for coffee table. Built, exhibited at A+D Architecture and Design Museum.

Liepāja Thermal Bath, Liepaja, Latvia, 2014
International competition proposal for new thermal bath and hotel complex. Winner, AZ Award, People’s Choice Award (AZURE), AIA NextLA Award.

Heptagon House, Heceta Beach, OR, 2009-2013
New single family residence. Winner, AIA California Council Residential Design Award, Residential Architect Design Award (RADA), AIA NextLA Award, Selected for Emerging Professionals Exhibition at AIA Headquarters in DC.

National Centre for Contemporary Arts, Moscow, RU, 2013
International competition proposal for a new museum and exhibition complex.

Venafi Hamilton Avenue, Palo Alto, CA, 2013
6,000 square foot interior tenant build-out  for software company. Built.

Vine Street House, Salt Lake City, UT, 2013
Complete structural and interior renovation of single-family residence. Built.

Venafi HQ, Salt Lake City, UT, 2012-2013
New 60,000 square foot headquarters for software company with offices in New York, California, UK, Germany, and Finland. New dedicated building + interiors. Project terminated due to land acquisition issues.

Bandersnatch, Various, 2013
Tactical urbanism parklet designed to temporarily occupy a public parallel parking space. Winner, AIA NextLA Award.

Sibyl, Los Angeles, CA, 2012-2013
Prototype design for coffee table. Built.

Paramour, Newton, MA, 2012
Prototype for new retail concept. A Spatial Ops collaboration, with Jean Louis Farges and Anya Sirota.

General Manifold, Chelsea, MI, 2011
Architectural installation as part of Federal Screw Works exhibition. A Spatial Ops collaboration, with Jean Louis Farges and Anya Sirota. Built.

Pop-Up Chapel, Clackamas County, OR, 2011
Design for pop-up wedding chapel / art studio. Winner, AIA NextLA Award.

10 Exchange, Salt Lake City, UT, 2009-2011
Independent office spaces for two investment management companies and a US Ambassador with shared conference area. Built.

Rough and Ready, Chaumont-sur-Loire, France, 2011
International competition proposal for scenographic installation exploring California's domestic cannabis agriculture. A Spatial Ops collaboration with Jean Louis Farges and Anya Sirota.

The Beta Movement, Hollywood, CA, 2011
Architectural installation at the Woodbury University Hollywood Gallery. A Spatial Ops collaboration with Jean Louis Farges and Anya Sirota. Built.

Rough and Ready House, Rough and Ready, CA, 2011
Design for new single family residence.

Isoskeleton, Multiple sites, 2010-Present
Ongoing research on adaptive green envelope frameworks, in collaboration with Jean Louis Farges and Anya Sirota. Exhibited at WUHo gallery. 

Urban Prairie, Chaumont-sur-Loire, France, 2009-10
International competition proposal for a pavilion and landscape at Domaine Chaumont sur-Loire. In collaboration with Michael Apple, Jean Louis Farges, James Griffioen, and Anya Sirota. Short listed.

Earthwork | Artspace, Salt Lake City, UT, 2009
Competition entry for new transit hub at the University of Utah campus. Project included exhibition space for student-produced interactive art projects.

KM Microlofts, Athens, Greece, 2009
International competition entry for new student housing in the Kerameikos and Metaxourgeio district of Athens. 

Sous-Jacent, Métis, QC, Canada, 2008
International competition proposal for a freestanding multimedia exhibition structure and landscape at Reford Gardens in Métis, Quebec. In collaboration with Jean Louis Farges and Anya Sirota,Marie Combes and Patrick Renaud (installation artists), Natacha Guillaumont (landscape architect).

Thicket, Los Angeles CA, 2007
Competition proposal for a freestanding architectural installation at the Materials + Applications outdoor exhibition space. In collaboration with Jean Louis Farges, Anya Sirota and Christian Stayner.

Providence Waterfront Competition, Providence RI, 2006-07
Design of eight-acre landscape and urban intervention at the Providence riverfront, at the site of an elevated freeway in the Central Business District slated for demolition. Design included a landscape strategy, four new buildings, floating beach, and a new pedestrian bridge. In collaboration with Jean Louis Farges, Anya Sirota, and Christian Stayner. Short listed, Second Place winner.

San Francisco LGBT Community Center, San Francisco, CA, 2001-02
Pro-bono design of interior spaces for renovated building and new addition. In collaboration with Collin Burry and Dan McCloskey. Built.

Martin Luther King Memorial Competition, Washington, DC, 2000
International competition entry, in collaboration with Stephen Ehninger and Michael Thompson.

PROJECT HISTORY -
OTHER OFFICES

Preston Scott Cohen
Tel Aviv Museum of Art, New Building, Tel Aviv, 2006

CORE
Black Salt Restaurant and Fish Market, Washington DC, 2004
Curry Club Restaurant and Nightclub, Washington DC, 2004
Mixed Use Building, Washington DC, 2004
Matchbox Restaurant and Nightclub, Georgetown, Washington DC, 2004
Hahn Loeser + Parks, Akron OH, 2004
Grooming Lounge, New Prototype, 2004
Blu Bambu Restaurant, Small Prototype, Baltimore MD, 2004
Blu Bambu Restaurant, Large Prototype, Landover MD, 2004

Gensler
Boucheron, US Flagship, San Francisco CA, 2002
Boucheron, Prototype, Honolulu HI, 2002
CNET Networks Headquarters, San Francisco CA, 2002
CNET Networks, Newport Beach CA, 2002
Acordia of California, San Francisco CA, 2002

EFT Architects
Questar MetroNet E-Commerce Center, West Jordan UT, 2000
Utah State Fairpark Multi-Purpose Center, Salt Lake City UT, 2000
Erickson Residence, Park City UT, 1999
Utah Museum of Natural History Seismic Retrofit Study, Salt Lake City UT, 1999
Department of Workforce Services Employment Center, Clearfield UT, 1999
Fort Stephen A. Douglas, New Fort Proposal, Salt Lake City UT, 1999
Utah Valley State College Information Sciences Building, Orem UT, 1999
Regence BlueCross BlueShield Data Center, Salt Lake City UT, 1998
Regence BlueCross BlueShield Campus Master Plan, Salt Lake City UT, 1998

PUBLICATIONS

New American Architecture: Global Design + Urbanism XVI, Christian Narkiewicz-Laine. Metropolitan Arts Press Ltd, 2016

New Los Angeles Architecture: Contemporary Architecture from America’s Pacific West Coast, Christian Narkiewicz-Laine. Metropolitan Arts Press Ltd, 2016

Bustler, August 24, 2016. “The Winners of the 2016 International Design Awards.”

Contract, Vol. 57, Issue 4, May 2016. “Venafi Headquarters.” A Krista Sykes, p. 100-105 and cover

Utah Construction & Design, Vol. 4, No. 3, May 2016. “IIDA Intermountain Chapter Awards.” Brad Fullmer, p. 54-55

Archinect, online. April 28, 2016. “Ten Top Images on Archinect’s ‘Working Spaces’ Pinterest Board”

Custom Home, online. April 19, 2016. “A Canyon Home that Molds into the Mountains.” Katie Gerfen

Future Anterior, Vol. 12, Number 2, Winter 2015. “Artist Intervention: Pink on Beige,” p. 116-121

D+A (Diseño + Arquitectura), Vol. 45, September 2015. “La Re-simbolización de la Cúpula: Baños Termales Liepaja.” Magdalena Dueñas, ed. p. 20-23

Builder, online. August 17, 2015. “Small Wonders: 9 Tiny Home Designs that Live Large.” Lauren Shanesy

AZURE, Vol. 31, No. 241, July/August 2015. “Liepaja Thermal Bath.” Catherine Osborne, ed. p. 20, p. 80 and cover

Dezeen, July 15, 2015. “Sculptural staircase and recycled TV screen tiles among AZ Awards 2015 winners”

Residential Architect, Vol. 2, 2015. “Heptagon House.” Katie Gerfen, ed. p. 50

Archinect, June 24, 2015. “Architects, Designers, and Students Strut Their Skills in Azure’s Global 2015 AZ Awards.” Justine Testado

ArchDaily, June 24, 2015. “AZURE Announces AZ Award Winners.” AD Editorial Team

Architonic, June 24, 2015. “Announcing the Winners of the 2015 Annual AZ Awards”

Bustler, June 23, 2015. “Winners of Azure’s 5th Annual AZ Awards”

AZURE, Vol. 31, No. 240, June 2015. “Just In – Announcing the Finalists of the 2015 AZ Awards.” Catherine Osborne, ed. p. 46

Architect, online, May 27, 2015. “Heptagon House.” Alan G. Brake

Trends, no. 30, February 2015. “AIACC 2014 Residential Design Awards.” Kathleen Kinney, ed. p. 64-73

ArchDaily, January 14, 2015. “On View in LA: Zoom / Steven Christensen and Mads
Christensen”

FORM, November/December 2014. “Next LA Awards.” Alexi Drosu, ed. p. 32-33.

Archinect, November 17, 2014. “Winners of AIA Los Angeles’ 2014 Design Awards”

Bustler. November 17, 2014. "Winners of AIA Los Angeles' 2014 Design Awards"

The Architect's Newspaperonline, November 11, 2014. "AIA | LA Hands Out Its Annual Roster of Awards"

Contract, online, November10, 2014. "AIA | LA Honors Los Angeles' Best with Design Awards"

ArchDaily, November 8, 2014. "AIA|LA Honors Los Angeles' Best with Design Awards." Karissa Rosenfield

Top Space & Art IV, Aihong, Li, and Ding Xiaojuan. “The Beta Movement.” Shenzhen: ArtPower International, 2014. p. 20-23

Archinect, July 14, 2014. “Koolhaas wreaks havoc at A+D Museum’s ‘S,M,L,XLA’ Exhibition”

LA Weekly, July 2, 2014. “Young Designers Create Interactive Experiences at the A+D Museum.” Wendy Gilmartin

Bustler, February 23, 2014. “On the Road 4”

FRAME Magazine [Netherlands], no. 88, October 2012. “Spatial Ops Thinks Pink.” Simon Bush-King, p. 64

International Magazine of Space Design – BOB [Korea], June 2012. “Installation: General Manifold.” p. 18-19

Plataforma Arquitectura [Chile], June 21, 2012. “Colector General. Javiera Yavar

The Architect's Newspaper, online, June 12, 2012. “Spatial Ops’ Optical Architecture Engages with Disorientation.” Michael Lawlor

suckerPUNCH, June 6, 2012. “General Manifold”

Gooood.hk [China], May 16, 2012. “General Manifold”

ArchDaily, May 12, 2012. “General Manifold.” Karissa Rosenfield

Portico, Fall 2011. "The Beta Movement." Front and back cover

Bustler, March 31, 2011. "The Beta Movement" 

Catalunya Continental, Joan Busquets with Felipe Correa, 2007. Ecuador: Imprenta Mariscal. Publication of regional design research performed at Harvard GSD

Architectural Design [AD], March 2007. "Elegance, Attenuation, Geometry: Herta and Paul Amir Building, Tel Aviv Museum of Art." P. Cohen, p. 54-61. Publication of analytical drawings and rendering I produced at the office of Preston Scott Cohen

Providence Journal, September 21, 2006. "Designs for waterfront park highlight green space, theater." K. Davis, p. B1

ABC6 NewsSeptember 21, 2006. "Waterfront park designs revealed." J. Tung

Providence Business NewsSeptember, 2006. "Providence Waterfront Park Competition." J. Sayles

ArchitectureApril 2002. “Won't you be my neighbor?” J. Ward, p. 71-81 and front cover. Publication of photographs of the San Francisco LGBT Community Center interiors

EXHIBITIONS

New American Architecture
Contemporary Space. Athens, Greece. Curated by the Chicago Athenaeum and the European Centre for Architecture, Art, Design and Urban studies. 2016 (forthcoming). Group exhibition, juried.

New American Architecture
Turkish Chamber of Architects. Istanbul, Turkey. Curated by the Chicago Athenaeum and the European Centre for Architecture, Art, Design and Urban studies. 2017 (forthcoming). Group exhibition, juried.

New Los Angeles Architecture: Contemporary Architecture from America’s Pacific West Coast
Chicago Athenaeum. Los Angeles, Chicago, Athens, Berlin. 2016 (forthcoming). Group exhibition by invitation.

AIA Los Angeles Design Awards
A+D Architecture and Design Museum, Los Angeles, CA, 2015. Group exhibition of award winners.

Celebrate: Shelter
A+D Architecture and Design Museum, Los Angeles, CA, 2015. Group exhibition, by invitation

Emerging Professionals Exhibition, AIA (National)
American Institute of Architects Headquarters, Washington, DC, 2015. Group exhibition, juried. One of only four firms with multiple projects selected for exhibition (Emigration House and Guggenheim Helsinki).

DRAWN
Perloff Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, 2015. Group exhibition. 

LA Art Show
Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, CA, 2015. Invited to show Zoom as a Special Exhibit sponsored by the event. 

AIA Los Angeles Design Awards
LA Central Market, Los Angeles, CA, 2014. Group exhibition of award winners.

Zoom (Extra Medium)
Timothy Yarger Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA, 2014. Invited.

AIA California Council Design Awards
Perloff Hall, Los Angeles, CA 2014. Group exhibition of award winners.

S,M,L,XLA
A+D Architecture and Design Museum, Los Angeles, CA, 2014. Group exhibition of emerging LA Architects. Juried selection based on invited short list.

Emerging Professionals Exhibition, AIA (National) 
American Institute of Architects Headquarters, Washington, DC, 2014. Group exhibition, juried.

Sunken Pleasure
The Amado, Palm Springs, CA, 2014. Group exhibition curated by On the Road. Invited.

AIA Los Angeles
Union Station, Los Angeles, CA, 2013. Group exhibition.

AIA Los Angeles
Helms Bakery Design District, Los Angeles, CA, 2013. Group exhibition.

Installed
Taubman College Gallery, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 2012. Group exhibition, invited.

Ruin Porn @ Federal Screw
Federal Screw Works, Chelsea, MI, 2011. Unsolicited.

The Beta Movement
WUHO Hollywood Gallery, Woodbury University School of Architecture, Los Angeles, CA, 2011. Invited.

Civic Friche
Taubman College Gallery, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 2010

13.3
Hollywood Gallery, Woodbury University School of Architecture, Los Angeles, CA, 2011. Group exhibition, juried.

Providence Waterfront, Awards Exhibition
The Casino at Roger Williams Park, Providence RI, 2006. Public exhibition of short-listed competition entry and large-scale model, juried.

Drawing in the City of Rome
Gund Hall Gallery, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Cambridge MA, 2006

LECTURES AND CONFERENCES

Recent Work
Public Lecture Series, Department of Architecture, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, April 2016 (forthcoming)

Recent Work
Public Lecture Series, Department of Architecture and Urban Design, UCLA, February 2016

Tactical Opportunism
Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Nantes, June 2010. Invited lecture co-authored with Anya Sirota

GRANTS

Research Through Making, Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, 2011
Competitive research grant in support of Electroformalism: Masters, Substrates, and the
Rules of Attraction. 
Primary investigators: Steven Christensen, Jean Louis Farges, Anya Sirota [$20,000]

Research on the City, Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, 2011
Competitive research grant in support of Imaging Detroit. Primary investigators: Lada Adamic, Steven Christensen, Youna Kwak, Mireille Roddier, Anya Sirota [$20,000]

International Institute, University of Michigan, 2011
Competitive grant in support of Meta Friche research seminar [$6,500]
Center for Research on Learning and Teaching, University of Michigan, 2011
Competitive teaching grant for the development of the Meta Friche research seminar [$6,000]

Special Projects Grant, Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, 2011
Grant for architectural installation at the Woodbury University Hollywood Gallery [$2,000]

Exhibition Grant, Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, 2010
Grant supporting exhibition of work from the Civic Friche research seminar [$1,500]

International Institute, University of Michigan, 2011
Competitive grant in support of Civic Friche research seminar [$10,000]

Bernard L. Maas Foundation, Awarded by Taubman College, 2010
Grant for studio travel to San Diego - Tijuana metropolitan area and Los Angeles [$2,600]

COURSES TAUGHT

AUD 412: Structure and Organization. Core design studio, graduate program, Winter 2016, UCLA. Studio coordinator, course development, teaching.

AUD 401.2: Parts and Labor. Advanced Topic Studio, balloted, graduate program, Fall 2015, UCLA. Course development, teaching.

AUD 401: Section and Elevation, Advanced Topic Studio, graduate program, Spring 2015, UCLA. Teaching.

AUD 121: Inside/Outside. Core design studio, undergraduate program, Winter 2015, UCLA. Course development, teaching.

AUD 411: Architectural Form. Core design studio, graduate program, Fall 2014, Fall 2013, UCLA. Teaching.

AUD 121: +/-. Core design studio, undergraduate program, Winter 2014, UCLA. Studio coordinator, course development, teaching.

AUD 121: Heterosis. Core design studio, undergraduate program, Winter 2013, UCLA. Course development, teaching.

AUD 121: Events/Landscapes. Core design studio, undergraduate program, Winter 2012, UCLA. Course development, teaching.

ARCH 506: Meta Friche. Research seminar in France and Switzerland. Graduate and undergraduate program, Summer 2011. University of Michigan. Course development, teaching.

ARCH 506: Civic Friche. Research seminar in France and Belgium. Graduate and undergraduate program, Summer 2010. University of Michigan. Course development, teaching.

ARCH 442: Borderline Personality. Balloted studio (Raoul Wallenberg Memorial Studio). Eighth semester, undergraduate program, Winter 2010. University of Michigan. Course development, teaching.

ARCH 432: Optimal Stimulation. Balloted studio, seventh semester, undergraduate program, Fall 2009. University of Michigan. Course development, teaching.

ARCH 422: Spatial Matter. Core studio, third semester, graduate program, Winter 2009. University of Michigan. Teaching.

ARCH 427: Construction 2. Advanced construction seminar, undergraduate program, Winter 2009. University of Michigan. Teaching.

ARCH 432: Interstice/Artifice. Balloted studio, seventh semester, undergraduate program, Fall 2008. University of Michigan. Course development, teaching.

ARCH 201: Basic Drawing. Introduction to freehand drawing, undergraduate program, Fall 2008, Fall 2009, Winter 2010. University of Michigan. Course development, teaching.

ARCH STUDIO: Introductory design studio, Career Discovery Program, Summer 2008. Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Teaching.

RECOGNITION OF STUDENT WORK

Dean’s Party. Studio work by Anna Meloyan selected as one of three projects to represent the Department of Architecture at the annual fundraiser event hosted by the Dean of the School of the Arts and Architecture, UCLA. Winter quarter, 2012

Michigan Seminars, invited presentation on Civic Friche course, student speaker: Lauren Bebry. Fall semester, 2011

Wallenberg Studio Award, University of Michigan. Borderline Personality option studio. Jury: Laura Miller, University of Toronto, and Roger Sherman, UCLA. Winter semester, 2010

Alumni Award, University of Michigan, First Prize undergraduate senior project: De Peter Yi. Fall semester, 2009

JURIES

University of Cambridge, Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), University of Southern California, University of California Los Angeles, Woodbury University, University of Michigan, Boston Architectural College, Harvard University Graduate School of Design.

SERVICE

Admissions Committee, Undergraduate program, UCLA, 2012-2016
Career Services Committee, UCLA, 2015
Program Study Group, New Building Design, UCLA, 2015
Scholarship Committee, University of Utah Alumni Association, Los Angeles Chapter, 2011 – Present
Harvard Queer Student Leadership Network, Chair, Harvard University, 2006-2007
Chair of Harvard-wide undergraduate, graduate, and alumni LGBT leadership council
OutDesign, Founder and Chair, Harvard GSD, 2005-2006
Founder and chair of first LGBT student association at Graduate School of Design

ACADEMIC HONORS

Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Society, 2000
Golden Key National Honor Society, 2000
Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society, 2000
Psi Chi National Honor Society, 2000
National Merit Scholarship, 1994-1999
Honors at Entrance Full Tuition Waiver, 1994-1999
President's Award, University of Utah, 1999
Liberal Education Study Abroad Scholarship, 1996

MEMBERSHIPS

American Institute of Architects, Architect Member, 2009-Present
Board of Directors, University of Utah Alumni Association, Los Angeles Chapter 2010-Present
International Interior Design Association, Architect Member, 2016
Boston Society of Architects, Architect Member, 2009-2011

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