Degree: Bachelor of Architectural Design, 2011 and Master of Architecture, 2013 Occupation: Graduate Architect Employer: GHD Woodhead, Melbourne
I love working on a variety of projects, from school masterplans, to large-scale transport projects, to commercial fit-outs – I find it immensely satisfying to see my drawings come to life.
Since graduation, I’ve been working at GHDWoodhead where I’ve developed my skills as an Architect and gained an understanding of the challenges and opportunities that come from working in a large multi-disciplinary practice.
A highlight of my time at Monash was the 2012 Stawell Steps Design-Build project. It was a massive learning experience to live in the town of Stawell while actually building the structure we’d designed in class. When I later had a job interview at GHDWoodhead, they recognised the project from its profile in Architecture Australia magazine and thought very highly of Monash University – and me – because of it.
Shepparton Law Courts
A rendering of the Shepparton Law Courts that I helped design at GHD Woodhead for Court Services Victoria in collaboration with Architectus and Guymer Bailey Architects.
With an art, design, or architecture degree from Monash University, a world of opportunities, and the opportunity to change the world, await you.