Survey & Inventory
The monitoring and documentation of our cultural landscapes is imperative. As our towns and cities continue to grow, the need to be aware of existing developments and cataloging of natural and agricultural resources becomes an ever-increasing component of the field of Historic Preservation. For two years now under the guidance of working professionals I have completed intensive level surveys of neighborhoods & buildings in Oregon and Washington.
Condition Assessments are the second step in documenting a resource, typically following a survey. These detailed assessments of the building allow for ease in stakeholder evaluations. I have completed two condition assessments on rural outbuildings and have assessed a number of other buildings in my survey work.
I am able to use AutoCAD and SolidWorks to create highly accurate HABS drawings. I also will work on ink and mylar upon special request. I have over 8 years of experience drafting. I have completed three full sets of drawings for the National Park Service including one that placed 5th in the 2011 Peterson Prize.
Education & Outreach
What's more fun than sharing what you love? Nothing! Education and outreach is essential in order to further the goals of Historic Preservation. Creating a collaborative environment between the communities that are home to historic resources and the agencies that help protect them greatly enriches everyone’s life. I coordinated the 2011 Ebey’s Forever Conference which boasted 12 educational programs for over 250 participants.