I use computer modeling extensively in my daily work. Using some of the latest in technology, I provide my clients with the needed visualization to make confident choices in the design of their project. Never are my clients left to make decision without sound information. In alignment with my design process, computer modeling not only allows for me to scrutinize architectural aspects like form, shape, scale, and proportion, but to identify durability and constructability strategies. In addition to my everyday practice, I use computer modeling to develop illustrations for various media outlets. Illustrations include high performance building assemblies and construction details. I also find myself extensively using a quick model to solve aspects of complex building assemblies or to assist the contractors I work with the ability to grasp a certain building aspect or detail. Whatever the requirement, if it can be built in the real world, I can model it in the virtual world.