About Me

My name is Scott Rosenbloom and I was born and raised on Long Island, New York. My wife Donna son Jake and I currently live in Westchester, New York. After graduating Valley Stream South High School in 1994, I went to the State University of New York at Buffalo. I graduated in 1998 with a Bachelor of Professional Studies degree in Architecture. Returning to southern New York State, I graduated in 2000 from the New York Institute of Technology with a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture. Finally, in 2002, I graduated from the School of Visual Arts with a Master’s degree in Computer Art.

Since completing my education, I’ve worked for various firms concentrating strictly on architectural design at some and 3D modeling and rendering at others. Currently, I am the Northeast Regional BIM Leader at Gensler. I am responsible for managing the progress of the use, support and implementation of Revit for the offices that comprise the Northeast region (New York, Morristown, NJ, Boston, MA and Costa Rica).

For five years, I taught Architectural Visualization Using AutoCAD , 3DS MAX and Revit within the Continuing Education Department of the Pratt Institute. This department is a certified Autodesk Training Center. Additionally, I have been a speaker at Autodesk’s yearly conference, Autodesk University.

I am available for various consulting services in such areas as teaching, computer support, design software integration and support, and 3D modeling and rendering. Please email me at scott@bimuzer.com to arrange a meeting to discuss using any of my services to increase the efficiency of your technological environment.

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Education

9.2000 – 5.2002 - School of Visual Arts – Masters of Fine Arts in Computer Art

1.1999 – 5.2000New York Institute of Technology – Bachelor of Architecture

9.1994 – 5.1998State University of NY at Buffalo – Bachelor of Professional Studies in Architecture

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Computer Skills

3D Studio MAX 2012 (Mental Ray, VRay), AutoCAD 2012, Revit Architecture 2012, Autodesk Design Review (DWF) 2011, Google Earth, SketchUp 8, Adobe Premiere CS3, Microsoft Office 2010 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook), Adobe Creative Suite CS5 (Dreamweaver, Flash, Photoshop, Ilustrator, InDesign, Acrobat Professional), Windows Operating Systems, Newforma

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Work Experience

2.2010 – Present- Gensler – New York, NY – Northeast Regional BIM Leader

Responsible for managing the Office, Studio and Project BIM Leaders as we support, develop and implement Revit and BIM throughout the region. Responsibilities include managing the support staff and the development and implementation of training, content and standards. Additionally, duties include the create of documentation of both Revit and Gensler-specific Revit processes as well as standards and best practices.

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7.2008 – 2.2010- Skidmore, Owings and Merrill LLPNew York, NY – Digital Design Manager, Architect

Responsible for both CAD and BIM management as well as employee training. Responsibilities include managing the implementation, training and maintenance for all architecturally-related design software. Additionally, architectural responsibilities include 3D modeling and rendering, construction documentation and design development.

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11.2003 – 7.2008Cooper, Robertson & PartnersNew York, NY – 3D Visualization & CAD Manager

Responsibilities included management of all 2D and 3D, architecturally-related software specifically in the areas of implementation, customization, standards and technical support. Additional tasks in this area include manual writing and administering training on both software and hardware. Finally, at the request of project managers, 3D models and renderings are completed to assist in both design work and presentation materials.

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1.2005 – PresentPratt Institute – Department of Continuing Education – New York, NY – Instructor – Architectural Visualization Using AutoCAD & 3DS MAX
Onsite, CAD Matinee Instructor

Teach 10 and 15 week classes on the subject of architectural visualization using AutoCAD and 3DS MAX. Topics cover preparing drawings within AutoCAD for export and use in 3DS MAX, and how to use 3DS MAX for design and presentation purposes.

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11.2007Autodesk University 2007 – Las Vegas, NV – Speaker – Architectural Visualization Using AutoCAD and 3DS MAX

A 90-minute version of the class taught at the Pratt Institute was given at the yearly convention held by Autodesk. During this session students sat in front of computers which were set up with files for use with a manual prepared by me for this class.

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5.2001 – PresentAnn Falutico, Architects – Brookyln, NY, GoToMyPC Remote Access – AutoCAD Instructor, CAD Manager and Network Administrator

Taught bi-weekly classes on how to use AutoCAD as well as how to integrate the computer into the Architectural design process. Periodic renderings are also completed. Small, wireless, network was set up to link two desktop computers, one laptop, a printer, and a scanner. Network is maintained on a monthly basis.

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2.2003 – 11.2003Ronnette Riley, ArchitectNew York, NY – Junior Architect and Network Administrator