Aaron grew up in Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania. He studied Architecture at the Ohio State University receiving a bachelors degree. After working in Ohio for a few years he moved to New York City and received a masters degree from Columbia University. He’s a project architect at Ennead, lives in Brooklyn with his girlfriend Krista and dog Buddy. He enjoys surfing, snowboarding and cooking meatballs.

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EDUCATION:
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY Master of Architecture – Completed May 2000
OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY Bachelor of Science in Architecture – Completed June 1994
NCARB REGRISTRATION Registered Architect in the State of New York – Completed Sept 2002
LEED-NC Green Building Certificate Institute – Completed June 2009

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
ENNEAD ARCHITECTS project architect – May 2011 to Present
New York, New York

Museum of the City of New York – New York, New York: 30,000 S.F. Interior renovation and addition of landmarked museum.

MURDOCK and YOUNG ARCHITECTS project architect – Nov 2003 to May 2011
New York, New York

Goudiss Residence – Brooklyn, New York: 1,750 S.F. Interior renovation
Moskowitz Residence – East Hampton, New York: 3,000 S.F. Ground up residence and integral pool and associated detached garage
Greenwich Estate – Greenwich, CT: Multi-project compound including freestanding art gallery, house and wine cellar
Cutler Townhouse – Brooklyn, New York: 4,000 S.F. Brownstone gut renovation rear yard and rooftop addition
Pace Prints – New York, New York: 4,000 S.F. Full floor art gallery in a landmarked Chelsea industrial building
Manhattan Townhouse – New York, New York: 14,000 S.F. gut renovation and rooftop terrace reconstruction
5th Avenue Apartment – New York, New York 2,000 S.F. Combination of 2 units and full interior gut renovation
Tribeca Apartment- New York, New York: 3,000 S.F. Combination of 2 units and gut renovation in landmark district building
Montauk Residence – Montauk, New York: Master planning for 3,000 phased renovation and addition

PASANELLA + KLEIN STOLZMAN + BERG project architect – Nov 2000 to Oct 2003
New York, New York

Mason Hall School of Music – Fredonia, New York: 50,000 S.F. addition and 100,000 S.F. renovation at SUNY’s College at Fredonia
Schaefer Brewery and Keadum Winery Redevelopment – Brooklyn, New York: 1.2 million S.F. (650 unit) housing development
Port Authority Bus Terminal – New York, New York: Renovation of rear façade and lighting installation
Congregation Rodeph Sholom – New York, New York: Rooftop chapel addition.

STEVEN HOLL ARCHITECTS competition design team – July 2000 to Nov 2000
New York, New York

Museum of African Art + Edison School – 110th Street & Fifth Avenue: Museum, K-5 Elementary School and support offices.
Museum of Evolution – Burgos, Spain: museum, conference center and research labs.
Nelson Atkins Art Museum – Kansas City, Missouri: 1 million S.F. Museum expansion and 140,000 S.F. renovation.

MOED de ARMAS & SHANNON project architect – May 1998 to Feb 2000
New York, New York

The Coleman Group – 300 Park Avenue 22,000 S.F. 2 story advertising agency
430 Park Avenue – Oestreicher Properties: Lobby, Façade and Plaza Renovations
400 Madison Avenue – Macklowe Organization: Lobby Renovation
622 Third Avenue – 622 Building Company L.L.C. Public Plaza, Arcade & Lobby Renovation
245 Park Avenue – Brookfield Properties: Public Plaza, Arcade & Lobby Renovation

HAROLD S. SCHOFIELD & ASSOCIATES project architect – Jan 1995 to Aug 1997
Columbus, Ohio

HONORS & AWARDS:
5th Place Bloomington Community Arts Commission Bus Shelter Design Competition (with Henry Gunawan)
Award of Merit (second place) 1999 & 2000 Society of American Registered Architects Student Design Competition
Work displayed by Van Allen Institute and The Urban Center (TKTS2K competition with Henry Gunawan)
Work published and displayed by Columbia University
Work published and displayed by Ohio State University
Ohio State University Cum Laude graduate