Texas Intern is One of Four
Published on August 6th, 2012
Todd Ferry, an architecture student in the Masters Program at the University of Texas at Austin, is working for six months as an intern at Centerbrook as part of the requirement for his degree. His command of digital and 3D design programs have made him a valuable contributor to a number of projects, among them the tri-campus master plan for Quinnipiac University and expansion of the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center.
Ferry’s experience includes not only design but also teaching, carpentry, and mentoring and developing programs for inner city youth in Hartford and New York City. He has been awarded a number of scholarships that have enabled him to travel and study in England, India, China and elsewhere. He is a 2002 graduate of the University of Georgia.
As the lead restoration carpenter for the Charles Moore Foundation, Ferry was responsible for preserving and restoring Moore’s Austin home. He has won several awards at UT, most recently the Vertical Studio Design Excellence Award in 2011. His predecessor as long term intern at Centerbrook, Molly Hubbs, also hailed from the University of Texas.
In addition, three architecture students are working as summer interns at Centerbrook. Scott Bascom will earn his Masters at Syracuse University in December and is assisting the design team for the Health Professions Center at Quinnipiac University. Mark Manczyk is in his third year in the undergraduate architecture program at the University of Kentucky and has been contributing to a project submittal for the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kansas. Greg Mathieu is in the Masters Program at the Tulane University School of Architecture and is working with the design team for a math and science building at The Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School in Missouri.