received by me

2015     TEDx talk – Greenville, South Carolina

Nominated and selected to present my work. Four step, four month selection process. Developed and presented The Exponential Power of Design. (peer reviewed)

 

2012    Work Selected – Asheville Art Museum, Prime-Time Juried Exhibition

BiCi_N, NY A/V and Motion Mapping are selected for exhibit at the Asheville Art Museum. Juried by Steven Matijcio of SECCA, Lorraine Walsh of UNC Asheville and Nancy Sokolove, Asheville Art Museum. (peer reviewed)

 

2011    CiTy – SCAN – The Next Idea Ars Electronica

CiTy – SCAN is selected for feature in The Next Idea Ars Electronica Blog, “a place for new ideas and concepts which have the potential to shape our future for the better…  striving to conceptualize something in a totally fresh way, advancing it to the next level and significantly enhancing it thereby.” Martha Skinner “showed that a participatory approach can generate a much more accurate impression of a city. (peer reviewed)

 

2010    People, Prosperity and Planet Award (p3) – Environmental Protection Agency

Recognition of Excellence for SEED research at National Design Expo 2010 (peer reviewed)

 

2007    Honorable Mention – ID Magazine 53rd Annual Design Review

fieldoffice Dry-In House project – concepts category (peer reviewed)

One of 150 winners from 2,000 entries internationally, juried by Stephen Doyle, creative director Doyle Partners; Natalie Jeremijenko, director xDesign Environmental Health Clinic, professor UCSD, global distinguished visiting professor, The College of Arts and Science New York University; Tobias Wong, “paraconceptual” artist, Brokenoff / Tobias Wong Design. The International Design Magazine  New York, New York

 

2007    Runner Up – Next Generation Design Competition

fieldoffice superABSORBER project (peer reviewed)

Juried by Jeff Barber, executive director of the Architecture Studio for Gensler’s Southeast region; Fred Dust, head of IDEO’s Smart Space practice; Suzan Globus, principal of Globus Design Associates and current president of the ASID; and Michael Hendrix, co-founder of Tricycle, Inc. Metropolis Magazine, New York, New York

 

2006    Cities. Architecture and Society – 2006 Venice Biennale

fieldoffice Dry-In House project is selected and exhibited at the 10th architecture exhibit  (peer reviewed)

The project is exhibited at the Giardini Biennale in the Padiglione Italiano as part of the Searching for Resilient Foundations: The Gulf Coast after Katrina

 

2006    Honorable Mention- ID Magazine 52nd Annual Design Review

fieldoffice NY A/V map project – environments category (peer reviewed)

One of 149 winners from 2,000 entries internationally, juried by Michael Arad, partner at Handel Architects; Elizabeth Diller, principal DillerScofidio+Renfro and Professor or Architecture at Princeton University; and Lindy Roy, principal of Roy Co. The International Design Magazine  New York, New York

 

2006    Faculty Research Fellowship Award

A teaching course release for three semesters, College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities, Clemson University, South Carolina.

 

2004    Honorable Mention- ID Magazine 50th Annual Design Review

fieldoffice Silhouette House project – concepts category (peer reviewed)

One of 159 winners from 2,000 entries internationally, juried by Janet Abrams, director of the Design Institute at the University of Minnesota; Mark Robbins, dean of School of Architecture at Syracuse University; and Edwin Schlossberg, designer, artist and writer and principal of ESI Design. The International Design Magazine  New York, New York

 

2002    The NY Historical Society acquires a version of fieldoffice NY A/V Map for their collections as the first document of this kind. The New York Historical Society  New York, New York

 

2000    Honorable Mention – ID Magazine 46th Annual Design Review

fieldoffice Small Environments project – concepts category (peer reviewed)

Juried by Chuck Hoberman, principal Hoberman Transportable Design; Janet Abrams, director of the Design Institute at the University of Minnesota; Judith Ellis, chair Toy Design Department, Fashion Institute of Technology, founder and principal Technology Access Program, developer Discover Together. The International Design Magazine  New York, New York

 

1998    Best of Category – ID Magazine 44th Annual Design Review

fieldoffice Sun Shelter project– concepts category (peer reviewed)

Juried by Lorraine Wild, principal of Green Dragon Office and professor at California Institute of the Arts; William Drenttel, principal Winterhouse, design studio focusing on publishing and editorial development, new media, and cultural education, founder and editor Design Observer, writings on Design and Culture. The International Design Magazine  New York, New York

 

1998    Walter B. Sanders Teaching Fellowship

One of three fellowships awarded a year (peer reviewed)

Teaching responsibilities are given as well as the opportunity to pursue research or creative activities. An exhibition and publication are put together at the end of the year tenure. The University of Michigan College of Architecture and Urban Planning  Ann Arbor, Michigan

 

1997    2nd Prize – Sun Shelter Competition, AIA Young Architects Group, The Van Alen Institute, and The Hudson River Park Conservancy

fieldoffice Sun Shelter project (peer reviewed)

One of three winners from among over 400 entries, juried by Tod Williams, principal Tod Williams and Billy Tsien Architects; Nicholas Quennell, partner Quennell Rothschild & Partners Landscape Architects LLP, and Guy Norderson, principal Guy Nordenson and Associates Structural Engineers LLP. The Van Alen Institute New York, New York

 

1995    The Abraham E. Kazan Fund Prize for Urban Design Studies

The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art   New York, New York

 

1990    Graduated with Honors from the University of Florida

Gainesville, Florida