Center for Heritage Conservation / Texas A&M University
I am a third-year Ph.D. student in architecture and a graduate research assistant for the Center for Heritage Conservation at Texas A&M University. My work and research focus primarily on digital documentation (multi image photogrammetry, laser scanning, and 3D modeling) of Maya architecture and artifacts in northwestern Belize. I have also applied these same digital documentation techniques to historical buildings and landscapes in Texas (Hockley Cemetery-San Antonio, Teague Research Center-TAMU, Selwyn School-Denton), the United States (Alcatraz Island-San Francisco), and abroad (Roman Barcino-Barcelona, Spain; Mitchell House-St. George’s, Bermuda; Church of St. Peter Mancroft-Norwich, England).
Saturday, November 23
1:30 PM – 3:00 PM