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I have recently graduated from the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL after completing my Part 1, and I am now eager to find a job in the design industry. Being creative and technically minded, I can easily design, develop and deliver unique high-end results with a high attention to detail. I have learnt how to work in a fast paced environment with demanding deadlines and I have also nurtured the ability to quickly develop individual conceptual designs. My past 3 years at The Bartlett has made me proficient in the Adobe Suite, Rhino, Vectorworks, AutoCAD and Microstation. It has also improved and refined my drawing and presentation capabilities. Additionally, my international work experience has developed my communication skills, increasing my confidence in liaising directly with clients. I am extremely hard working and ambitious, demonstrated by the fact that I was a part of The Young, Gifted & Talented Programme (YG & T) from age 11. Since then, I have received several fine art, graphic design or interior design illustration commissions. I am also a core illustrator for a new architectural magazine and I have sold artwork in a leading art museum.
Worked in a team primarily using Sketch-up, Indesign and Photoshop to produce 3D concept ideas and presentations for the interior of a resort in Ubud, Bali. Also designated my own personal project to design the interior for a local Japanese restaurant.
Led a team to design the set for the largest student event ever recorded in UCL history.
Started up a magazine featuring articles, illustrations and other forms of media describing architecture and the urban environment, producing two issues since 2016.
Designed and converted the interior of a penthouse in Battersea, London in a team of 4, using Vectorworks, Rhino and Sketch-up to generate plans, elevations and 3D models of each room.
Used hand drawing skills to formulate design concepts, assisted in client presentations and aided senior designers in material sourcing for high-end residential projects based in Knightsbridge.
Liased with clients in showroom about luxury furniture brands, produced quotation sheets on Microsoft Excel, handled financial transactions and monitored the company’s website on Wordpress.
Led a specialist course for a class of 14 children teaching them how to conceptualise, invent and create small installations and functioning mechanisms out of basic mundane materials.
Created first concept iterations for a new public library in the Central Business District (CBD) by producing physical models and using Sketch-Up.
Aided the director with the development of design briefs for a high-end residential project.
Artwork selected and sold in an exhibition organised by the leading art museum in Oxford.
Commissioned to create hand drawn logos and leaflets using ink & watercolour.
Produced an illustrated map (2009) and calendar (2008) of wing, where sales were donated to All Saints Church, Wing. Drawings were featured in an article in the Leighton Buzzard Observer.
A-level grades: AAA GCSE grades: 8A*, 3A
Upper Second Class (2:1), with an overall average of 67
Prize awarded for recognition of academic excellence
Colours awarded for recognition of large music contribution to the school
Winner of the duet category in the Oxford Music Festival, leading to an invitation to sing in The Oxford music Hall in front of the mayor.
Awarded music scholarship between 2008-13.