Join us for this week’s User Experience Design Presidential Dream Course Lecture with Geoff Parker. Mr. Parker is an Architect and Adjunct Instructor at OU’s College of Architecture. The seminar is Thursday, October 8, 2015 at 9:00am in the Hitachi Conference Room, 214 Felgar Hall. The lecture is open to the public.
Geoff Parker is a licensed architect with over 14 years of experience. During his career, Mr. Parker has designed and worked on a wide range of projects including single family residences, restaurants, retail centers, multifamily residential projects, commercial office buildings and master planning projects. Additionally, Geoff has taught for eight years as an Adjunct Instructor at the University of Oklahoma’s College of Architecture, teaching first, second and third year design studios. Geoff received the Outstanding Adjunct Award from the College of Architecture in 2014. Mr. Parker specializes in conceptual and schematic design, employing a hybrid of manual techniques and computer applications to produce high quality contextual designs and unique architectural graphics. Geoff’s drawing skills have been widely recognized locally with over thirty different illustrations published in magazines and newspapers. His work has also been recognized nationally in Architectural Record Magazine, receiving an award of merit in the Cocktail Napkin Sketch Competition in 2010 and also receiving the overall professional winner honors in the 2012 competition. Mr. Parker has sold hundreds of custom sketches and works of art to clients all over the country.
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