Dustin Tisdale is a native to Kittery, Maine and in recent years has lived in New Hampshire and Rhode Island.
In May of 2013, he graduated summa cum laude from the University of Maine at Augusta where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture. While in school he was one of two architecture students selected to travel to Nicaragua in 2012 to take part in a community-based design/build project. The following May he was awarded the Roger R. Richmond Thesis Award for Excellence in a thesis final product. Currently he works as a fulltime architectural intern for Scott Simons Architects in Portland, Maine. In addition to his architectural design work, Dustin has worked over eight years in construction in order to further his understanding of how design and construction intersect. Dustin has been accepted to the Master’s of Architecture program at the California College of the Arts (CCA) where he will begin his course work at the end of August 2013.
Aside from his academic and professional interests, Dustin cannot wait to fulfill his “foodie” interests with what San Francisco has to offer and maybe balance it out with a couple hikes on the other side of the bay.
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