Resume 2014 Silas Wallerstein
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Bachelor’s of Industrial and Interaction Design | Dean’s List
Silas WallersteinDesigner Fabricator Creative
Education | Syracuse University 2014 Explored Design Fields
Research Interaction Lighting Systems ProductFurniture Jewelry Graphic Ergonomics Interface
Woodworking Music Production Philosophy Sailing Metalsmithing Cycling Hiking Public Speaking
Spring 2011 Cas Holman | Syracuse, NYShort Term Intern | The month of AprilAssisted industrial designer and industrial design professor, Cas Holman, in the design of the merchandise cart and playground for The High Line public park in New York City.
Winter 2013 Copesetic Inc | Morrisville, NYShort Term Intern | The month of DecemberPrepped various product molds as well as finished pieces for distribution to clientele.
Winter 2012 Design 360 Competition | 2nd PlaceDesign competition challenging contestants to repurpose an empty one hundred thousand square foot factory building in order to revitalize the economy of Tupper Lake, NY.
Spring 2014 IDSA Merit Awards | 2nd Place, Syracuse University
Summer 2013 Fisher Auto Parts | Raymond, NHSpecial Orders Consultant | July to NovemberManaged special orders’ stock and prepared shipments of various auto parts to be distributed throughout New England.
WeldingKnowledge of Materials and Production Processes
Laser cutterCNC 3D printer
Mold making techniquesFoam carving
Strong verbal presentation skillsStrong writing skillsTypography
Metalsmithing Finish painting
Product music and video production
Prezi SketchUp Adobe Suite Computer Rendering Music Production Microsoft Office Online Programs
Interface framework User experience research Market research Drafting
Awarded “Most Outstanding Capstone Student”
Fall 2013 The Three Birds Foundation | Morrisville, NYShort Term Consultant | September to DecemberWorked with Three Birds, a non-profit focusing on K-12 alternative energy education, to design various interactive exhibits and activities that could educate across multiple age groups.