Examples of shop drawings, and mechanical drafting using solidworks and vectorworks.
Examples of hand drafting, figure drawing, and perspective drawing
What I call my recession business, Fluma designs an array of pre-fabricated modular products and Architectural accents for plant propagation for consumers. This business offers products that can grow plants in any environment.
Furniture has been a passion of mine since my early days in Architecture school at the Pratt Institute and a focus while studying Industrial Design later at Pratt. I love the notion of designing with constant function and beautiful in mind.
Portfolio - Click the image to explore each catagory
Table Top \ Product Design
As a person who loves to cook and entertain, I embrace the gesture and traditions of a good gathering in my table top designs.
Exhibit design is about the flow of people and creating a a space where lessons can be learned through physical interaction with the space. Here are installations, museums, and trade show booths I have designed.
Architecture \ Lighting
My first study of art at Pratt, my three year foundation in Architecture has enabled me to be successful in many different fields through countless hours of hand drafting and of model building. Most of all I, here developed a sense of proportions and most importantly...time management.
Examples of three dimensional studies during my transition from Architecture to Industrial Design. Used as a process for design development, I found working in this way quite natural and was amazed by the avenues the process would lead.
Examples of quick ideation sketches. The prime focus being to get an idea out on the page quickly. Pencil, marker, and some colored in Illustrator.
I create designs that are minimal in material use and able to be re-used, while still decaying within a resonable lifespan.
Examples of CAD modeling in Solidworks, Alais, Vectorwoorks, and Photoshop editing.
Gardens designed and installed while working with the company Halsted Welles Associates.