I am an architecture student based in Canterbury (UK) looking to network with other people in the field. My aim for deviantArt is to use it as a platform to feature my work and ideas from university and professional projects.
As a teething toddler to the construction industry, I am open to critique on all of my work to further my professional development. Likewise, I will be online to browse the work of other architecture students and offer my best advice and comments based on excellent tuition received at the Kent School of Architecture (University of Kent) as well as personal experience.
My strongest skill is by far technical drawing and probably because I love detail. A picture tells a thousand words but a high detailed technical can tell much more even without words. This I've further developed into high-detail architectural modelling where drawings are almost literally recreated in three-dimensional form. With refusal to use convenient machining such as laser cutters, I aim to create 100% hand-crafted models for my uni presentations.
Despite my preference for traditional presentation techniques, I'm no stranger to computer-aided design. Future work will also include schematics and renders produced from Revit, AutoCAD and 3DStudio Max with further work in Photoshop and InDesign.
Also on the side, I will be showcasing the best photography (never photoshopped) from my travels. All of the photos so far have been achieved with the same small camera I had at college (about 4 years ago) and it has surely proved its worth. However, I'm looking to upgrade but like most students I have only dust to rub together. So, I've taken what I perceive to be the best of the best of my photography to the next level and aim to use them to fund a new camera. Prints for these can be viewed on this page so if you think they are worthy of a following, please spread the word. Again, I'm open to critique on these to further improve my photography skills. Leave me a message if interested and in return I shall also share the love!
I'll finish up this passage by thanking you for visiting my page and appreciate the spread-of-word. I am always more than happy to return the favour.
Bye-bye for now from England,