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David Easterday, Associate AIA

Intern Architect

David graduated from Judon University in Elgin, Illinois with his Bachelor of Arts in Architecture Studies in the spring of 2013. Drawn from an early age to historical architecture, David chose to take cues from local architectures to influence his design in school projects.

At Judson, David participated in AIAS-led activities and served as Secretary of the Tau Sigma Delta Honors Society for architecture students during its inaugural year.

After completing his undergraduate studies, David has enjoyed his time in the profession and is quickly working to complete his Intern Development Program credits. From spring of 2013 to the summer of 2015, David worked at Brown Design Studio during its relocation from Beaufort, South Carolina to downtown Savannah, Georgia. There, he gained valuable experience working on new construction that drew heavily from regional and local architecture, assisting in every stage of the design process.

Outside of work, David volunteered at St. Petersburg Preservation in St. Petersburg, Florida for whom he prepared an interactive PowerPoint presentation for use by the group to exhibit saved, threatened, and lost sites around Pinellas County.

Having lived in the midwest and Florida, David is glad to be in Columbia where he is close to family and friends, and excited to explore various design styles and project types.



The Short(er) Story:

*Judson University, Bachelor of Art in Architecture, 2013

*Tau Sigma Delta, Secretary, 2012-2013

*Architecture History Award, Judson University, 2013

*St. Petersburg Preservation, Volunteer, Summer 2010
*Calvary Chapel St. Petersburg, Missions Café Volunteer, 2000-2010