William Hayward

2013-present Dundee University: MArch

2008-2013 Dundee University: RIBA Part 1 (B.Arch; 1st Class Hons)

Prize: Student of outstanding ability (4th Year)

2011-2012 Stage One - Professional Experience (year out)
2001-2008 Thirsk School and Sixth Form Collage, Thirsk,North Yorkshire

Three A levels: A, C, E
Four As levels: A, A, D, D
10 GCSEs : A* - C

Feb - Aug 2012 [AY}Architecture, Paris

Trainee
Very broad and interesting scope of work, focusing on conceptual parametric design principals and material experimentation. Architectural competitions in landscape urbanism, large scale public buildings and interior exhibition spaces. Product design: form and materials research culminating in an exhibition in the FRAC Orleans, France (scheduled Sept 2013). Fashion collection entry for Hyeres 2012, for which I worked directly on the formal research and development of the shoe design using architectural modelling and representation techniques.

Sept - Feb 2011/12 Architectenbureau Marlies Rohmer, Amsterdam

Trainee
Working on live architectural projects at a variety of small, medium and large scales, in a variety of capacities. From detail design stages using AutoCAD to conceptual physical modelling by hand. Complex working plans for contractors to striped down magazine drawings.

2010-20ll Rural Arts, North Yorkshire

Part Time Artist
Teaching basic level Photoshop to school children, co-running metal-work workshops in schools, Ceramic Sculpture workshops in primary schools, working on a ceramic mural for a local school e.g. laying out, adhesion, grouting. For this I have a CRB check.

Summers 2008-2011 J.B. Hall and Sons, Pilmoor, North Yorkshire

Farm Labourer
Wide Variety of Skills including: Heavy and Light Plant work, Machinery Repair and Upkeep, Roofing, Pointing, Basic Joinery, Plumbing and Electrical Upkeep, Animal Handling, Washing and Mucking Out.

2007-2008 Crown and Anchor, Sowerby, North Yorkshire

Kitchen Porter
Food Preparation, Waiting Tables and Pot Washing

July 2005 KMA, York

Assistant
Two Week Placement, Creative Media Company. Video editing using Adobe After Effects

2005-2008 Oswalds Restaurant with Rooms, Sowerby, North Yorkshire

Kitchen Porter

Highly Literate in both PC and Macintosh platforms
AutoCAD (5 years)
Rhino3D with V-ray (Very Skilled)
AutodeskMAYA (Proficient at polygonal and NURBS modelling, no scripting as yet)
SketchUp (including V-ray rendering package) (4 years)
Photoshop (Very Skilled)
InDesign (Skilled)
After Effects (Good)
Illustrator (Good)
Dreamweaver, HTML, CSS, JQUERY scripting (Skilled Amature)
Microsoft Suite (Very Skilled)

Jorge Ayala, Director [AY]A Studio

118 rue Saint-Dominique
Immeuble 2
Paris 75007
T +33 (0)1 83 56 56 03
E info@ayarchitecture.com

Floris Hund, Architect - Director

PO Box 2935
1000 CX Amsterdam
T +31 (0)20-4190086
E hund@rohmer.nl

Neil Verow, Year 4 Leader, Architecture and Regeneration Masters Unit,Learning & Teaching Co-ordinator, Architecture

E n.verow@dundee.ac.uk

Angela Hall, Director Rural Arts

Old Courthouse,
4 Westgate,
Thirsk, North Yorkshire
YO7 1QS
T 01845 526536
E angela@ruralarts.org

Richard Hall, Partner J.B. Hall and Sons

Pilmoor Farm,
York
YO61 2QE
T 077335522234
E runrichrun@hotmail.com

Objective

I am due to complete my Masters of Architecture at Dundee University in June this year. I am therefore seeking employment with an architectural practice. I am looking for a challenging and creative environment within which I may further my experience and education. I am fully dedicated to architecture as a discipline. I am hard working, both independently and in a team. I am a problem solver by nature, I believe in working towards the resolution of any issue and asking for help when needed.

Experience and Education

After third year I spent six months in Amsterdam and six in Paris. In Amsterdam I worked for Marlies Rohmer where very high standards dramatically advanced my drafting skills and taught me strict methodical working practices. In Paris I worked for Jorge Ayala at [AY]Architecture, a small and personal office and in a very collaborative environment. Paris was particularly challenging, collaborating on an eclectic range of projects including the materials and formal research that lead to an exhibition in the FRAC (Orleans). The atmosphere of design led research, critical assessment and evaluation has had a great influence on my subsequent studies.

In my later years of study I have grown to better understand the relationship between research and design. In my fourth year, research into structural tessellation drove the design of a Mosque for Aberdeen. This was a systematic investigation into structural types that would reference the Eastern heritage within a contemporary Scottish context. For this I was awarded the prize for Student of Outstanding Ability.

Attitudes

My thesis work as part of the Architecture and Regeneration unit has reinforced my conviction that the historical context is one of the most significant parameters within which we design. This context is a rich fabric of symbols, emotions, conjecture and distortion. I believe that through an understanding and interpretation of this context strong meaningful architecture will arise.

I believe in maintaining a healthy proximity from the screen. An emphasis on hand drawing and physical modelling are my tools for avoiding complacency.

I enjoy drawing, especially by hand. By hand one may construct a drawing and imbue it with emotion. Whether a small sketch a working detail or a large measured drawing there can be no rival for subtlety and emotive potential. Drawing by hand is a contemplative act which encourages critical self-assessment, which I believe to be one of the cornerstones of thoroughly considered architecture.

Beech House
Pilmoor
York
YO61 2QE

Email: w.d.hayward@dundee.ac.uk
Telephone: 07539335527