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2:1 (first division) Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Queens University Belfast
Marks and Spencer sales and notepad assistant (Foods): the position is semi-autonomous at a Destination Marks and Spencer store, needing clear judgment and day to day assessment of what the shop floor requires to maintain stock levels while taking into account the needs and capabilities of the various stakeholders involved.
Included within the role;
- Continuous representation of the brand
- Excellent customer service
- Movement between teamwork and independent work
- Clear communication
- Time management.
- Contribution to store KPI
- Stock management
- Flexibility to meet changing store roles
March 2017 - present
Paperchase sales assistant: This role included cashing up and high levels of customer service. The position was taken up to fund my future travel to Tokyo.
October - November 2015 - 2016
QUB Architecture Society, Head of Education: With aims of improving the schools profile and fostering a culture of engagement, my role included the negotiation, management and publicising lectures, while further representing the school’s interest on a wider social and intellectual plane.
September 2014 - 2015
Website Building (without coding): Having designed and built my own website using Wix (a cloud-based web development platform), I was then invited by a tutor to do the same for her, this included consultation and ongoing maintenance - www.cacity.org
June 2014 - 2015
Work placement: McGonigle McGrath: A small, but highly regarded office within Northern Ireland; work included supporting the current projects within the office, centred around AutoCad stakeholder drawings, presentation model making and journal photography - mcgoniglemcgrath.com
July - September 2014
PLACE Built Environment Centre volunteer: A not-for-profit organisation, roles included events photography, exhibition curation, minor clerical tasks and customer service - placeni.org
October 2012 - 2014
QUB photography: Studio reviews, graduation, end of year shows and special events such as the opening night of the Peter Rice exhibition at QUB, with various images being used for the schools publication purposes.
September 2012 - 2014
Volunteered services to QUB Thesis Symposium and AIARG (All Ireland Architecture
Research Group) conference.
Invited to attend and photograph RIBA’s Poly-ark: Poly-port conference in Rome. A three day conference centred around Cedric Price’s ambition to unite architecture students in the study and critique of architecture. Subsequent work published on BDonline.
Private commission to supplement journal article; A new Landscape of art-based
Buildings and Comparative Cultural Policies on the Island of Ireland: The Curse of
Jocasta’s Necklace, Dr Sarah Lappin.
Model made for McGonigle McGrath during work placement, published in RIBA
Journal (2014) and Architects Journal (2015).
Nominated for QUB Second year studio design award and QUB Undergraduate writing
Studio work featured within QUB publication in Perspective Magazine, the journal for
architects in Northern Ireland, in addition, photography was the cover image.
Placed First in the student category of the RSUA (Royal Society of Ulster Architects)
Hidden Heritage photography competition. Judges comment; “Another commentary on the world. First impression is of an art image: good composition, content and texture, well framed - the judges liked the letterbox format. It also expresses a hidden social Heritage: ordered yet chaotic, neglected yet fenced in. A witty while ironic viewpoint.”
Personal Bic Biro art work exhibited and sold : RSUA Architects as Artist Exhibition.
Personal website : Published collection of studio work, commissioned and personal
development photography, along with art and theoretical work.
Various Architecture Society, PLACE and Sonic Arts Research Centre lectures
2012 - 2015
All Ireland Architecture Research Group (AIARG) Forth Annual Conference: Host, University College Dublin
Black and White photography film development. Instruction and learning of developing black and white images in a darkroom. Belfast Exposed
All Ireland Architecture Research Group (AIARG) Third Annual Conference: Host, University of Ulster
Thesis Symposium: Host, Queens University Belfast
Constructing the View, Photography Symposium: Host, IMMA
Poly-ark; Poly-port, RIBA: Host, Roma Tre University
Forum for Alternative Belfast Summer School