I am a candidate for a Masters of Architecture from Ryerson University in the Spring of 2017. I currently hold a Bachelors of Architectural Science from Ryerson (2010). I have worked professionally for BBB Architects from 2010 to 2015 on major arena renovations such as Madison Square Garden in New York City and The Forum in Los Angeles.
Since 2005, I have devoted my career to pursuing professional licensure in the practice of architecture.
I express my musical talents through turntables and a bass guitar. Although, not at the same time.
I surround myself with inspirational people, doing inspirational things.
Founded in the spring of 2015 with my girlfriend Larissa Seminerio. Our common love for stationery led us to pursue our original greeting card company. We also provide custom design services for weddings, celebrations and more.
Founded in 2014 in New York City with Edwin Arbito & Ben Griffin. The idea combines art, music, sight and sound. Paint Brushes and DJs is a creative collaboration that brings together the talent of artists in a night full of audio and visual ecstasy.
Starting in 2010, I have worked directly with BBB Architects as a Design Associate and Project Coordinator. During my work with BBB, I have been involved in large-scale arena renovation and theatre design. My interest in acoustics and performance are constantly expanding with every project that we propose.
What's going on in my life right now.
Recently I have been designing a new restaurant space on Locke Street South in Hamilton. This unique italian eatery will seat over 60 patrons and includes a traditional wood burning oven imported from Napoli and all fresh made pastas. The proposal was to convert an existing retail shall space into the restaurant, it includes a brand new kitchen, bar, restrooms and all mechanical and electrical systems. New garage doors were installed to open the space up to Locke Street to spread the sounds and smells of Italy across the block. Expected opening in Spring of 2017.
As the days come closer to final inspection and occupancy, 884 and 886 Queen Street West is starting to appear in its final form. A unique laneway extension project that faced a lot of tough challenges that we were able to overcome. Now the project sits sharply on the south-west corner of Trinity Bellwoods Park with a mix of stained cedar, glass and corrugated metal.
I would be happy to hear from you.
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