Whatever good things we build end up building us.
I am a Filing Representative Department of Buildings in New York City with seven years of experience managing all phases of development, design, and construction. I specialize in designing private residences and small businesses that fulfill client expectations and integrate into their contexts seamlessly. My skills include drafting drawings and creating 3D visualizations, as well as coordinating between architects, contractors, and clients. I prioritize attention to detail and effective teamwork throughout the entire design and construction process, which has led me to successfully complete many major projects. My work comes from a diverse background that includes residential housing, historical buildings, and interiors, and my preferred architectural styles include modern, classic/baroque, as well as mid-century.
More than three years of successful practice with Shenker Architects in Brooklyn, NY.
Designed restaurants, private residences, and multi-family buildings in Manhattan, Staten Island, Brooklyn, and Queens. Projects included over twenty homes and interiors across NYC, three apartment buildings, a luxury two-story penthouse interior on 5th avenue, a large upscale residence (15,000 sq ft), and an ultra-modern style home which was awarded the AIA Brooklyn Queens award in 2017.
Four years with SEMA Development S.L. & DRUMELIA REAL ESTATE in Marbella, Spain
Developed designs for luxury private villas in Costa del Sol, Spain. Prepared working set drawings, specifications, and construction documents; applied artistic expertise and technical skills to create sketches, architectural presentations, renderings, and site plans. Three villas and ten interiors were successfully constructed. Besides designing, managed construction, administration, zoning applications, building code reviews, and bid packages.
Graduated with honors in 2011 – Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering
Bachelor’s Degree – Field of Study: Restoration and reconstruction of architectural heritage