In high school, I designed two single family homes (one for Habitat for Humanity) and soon my passion for Architecture led me to a Bachelor’s Degree in Architectural Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. After college I worked for a few Architecture firms in the mid-west on a variety of project types, from banks and hospitals to churches and single family homes.
In 2006, I started as a Product Support Analysis with Autodesk and focused on providing support for the Architectural products and sometimes the MEP products. Now, my expertise has quickly changed from AutoCAD to the Revit family of products.
As the Global Technical Lead for Revit Architecture within Product Support, I train our support staff on the technical side of the software and I help solve pesky Revit problems. I also help to author white papers and technical solutions on our Knowledge base.
Besides working for Autodesk, I also teach AutoCAD and Revit Architecture at the Boston Architectural College.
While I love my job, after work, I am still passionate about technology. I love building new toys (home made DVR anyone?) and always love pulling apart an old broken electronic to get it working again.
I love movies, I own every James Bond movie, and spend more time watching TV then I should. Being from the Midwest, I am a Die-hard Green Bay Packers fan and so Sundays in the fall are spent wishing I was at Lambeau Field.