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3502 30th Avenue South

Fargo, ND

58103

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11251 Kanabec Trail Montgomery, MN 56069

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Permanent: 11251 Kanabec Trail Montgomery, MN 56069 * * Ashley Kaisershot 612.756.1473 ashley.kaisershot@ndsu.edu

Ashley Kaisershot

Kanabec Trail Montgomery, MN 56069 * * Ashley Kaisershot 612.756.1473 ashley.kaisershot@ndsu.edu Objective: To

612.756.1473

ashley.kaisershot@ndsu.edu

Objective: To receive a landscape architecture internship for Summer of 2010.

Education

-Attended College in Schools through the University of Minnesota at the main campus of St. Paul, MN to receive college credits during high school. -Currently working on a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture and Art Minor through North Dakota State University in Fargo, ND. -Applying to Iowa State University Landscape Architecture Graduate School Program in Spring of 2011.

-Junior in Standing Relevant courses:

Environmental Design 101, 130, 172 Architectural History I & II Landscape Architecture 271, 272, 371

Studio Studio Work: Work:

Graduation Date: Spring 2012

Landscape Graphics. Intro to Landscape Architecture Site Detailing

Woody Plants 355 Writing in the Design Professions

-Landscape Architecture 3rd Year studio: Environmental Art and Site Design.

-Landscape Architecture 3rd Year studio: Environmental Art and Site Design.

Defiant Garden: A defiant garden was designed in a low income area. The garden was created at a children’s playground where lighting and art were implemented to create a better learning environment. Red vertical pole lights were placed along the sidewalks to help with poor lighting issues and graffiti was painted on the sidewalks to encourage the children to use chalk and start their own creative voice. Changing Perceptions: “Changing Perceptions” was a group project where the material we worked with was15 pounds on beeswax. The piece was inspired by St. Peter’s Square at the focal point where all the columns line up. We re-created this site with a series of five curvular walls and three windows in each wall. The heights of walls in the piece start from 6 feet and end at 12 feet. Each wall has three windows that are mathematically placed in the walls to line up when one is standing at the focal point in front of the piece. The focal point is determined by the viewer, their height plays a key role when determining how far back they must stand. The windows represent optimism as they lead you’re view up to the sky.

Awards: “Changing Perceptions” received third place out of 29 teams. The piece is invited to the International Snow Competition in the Festival of Du Voyageur in Winnipeg, Manitoba in February 2010.

-Landscape Architecture 2nd Year studio: Local and international design.

-Landscape Architecture 2nd Year studio: Local and international design.

Fargo One-Way Corridor: The assignment was to address the problem of the two busy one ways in downtown Fargo. I designed a “campus-like” environment on Roberts Street located between NDSU Renaissance Hall and NDSU Klai Hall downtown. By creating this “campus-like environment, it will cause people to slow down and will someday eliminate traffic between the two buildings because of heavy pedestrian foot traffic. Arlington Park: Arlington Park was our international team project located in Winnipeg Canada on the Assiniboine River. Our group needed to design a canoe launching site. I was able to practice river design and topography.

Computer Skills:

I am very comfortable and confident with computer programs such as Adobe Creative Suite 4, Google SketchUp, AutoCAD and 3dsMAX.

Soft Skills:

I have strong communication skills that will help me create clientele relationships and an easy ability to sell a design to the community. My communication skills have helped me in presentations as well as group projects. I am usually the team leader where I am in charge of communicated our design intentions and leading the team to a very successful project.

Work Experience:

Sandman Enterprises (Summer 2008).

-The business worked private and commercial projects which included the Mayo Clinic in Rochester MN and the Water park in Richfield, MN. Sandman Enterprises specialized in the application and removal of epoxy flooring, sandblasting and protective coatings Job description: 40+ hours a week assisting on site projects.

References available upon request.

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and protective coatings Job description: 40+ hours a week assisting on site projects. References available upon