Andrew BrodyAndrew Brody, Associate Professor
School of Visual and Performing Arts

Email: abrody@endicott.edu
Phone: 978-232-2379
Office Location: Center for the Arts
Office Number: 215
Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9-11, and Fridays 1-3


Courses

ID 104 Media II
ID 201 Studio IIA (hospitality)
ID 220 Electronic Media I
ID 230 Electronic Media II
ID 300 Portfolio/Professional Practive
ID 302 Studio IIIa: Healthcare (online) 
ID 304 Media IV: Advanced Rendering
ID 307 Construction + Materials III: Lighting + Building Systems (On campus and online)
ID 308 Construction + Materials IV: Construction Documents
ID 403 Professional Practice
ID 475 Advanced Issues
ID 480 Semester Internship
ID 489 Thesis I (On campus and online)
ID 490 Thesis II
ID 520 Advanced Electronic Media (Graduate level)

Resume/C.V.

Andrew Brody, AIA NCARB abrody@endicott.edu sn: profbrody
Registration: Licensed Architect in Maine and Massachusetts. NCARB certified.

Experience:
Associal Professor, Endicott College, 8/10-Present
Interim Chair, Interior Design, Endicott College 8/10-6/11
Assistant Professor, Endicott College 6/03-8/10
Extended Adjunct Instructor, Endicott College 9/02-5/03
Adjunct Instructor, Wentworth Institute of Technology Summer 2002
Adjunct Instructor, Endicott College 2/02-5/02
Project Architect, J. Stewart Roberts Associates, Somerville 1/00-3/02
Staff Designer, Margolis+Fishman, Cambridge 8/99-12/99
Intern Architect, PDT Architects, Portland, Maine 4/97-7/98
Intern Architect, Oak Point Associates, Biddeford, Maine 4/95-4/97
Lighting Designer, Gary Gordon Architectural Lighting, 2/89-5/90

Projects:
Kahan Residence, Arlington MA - Renovation and Addition
Barnett/Nash Residence Lexington, MA - Renovation 
Ewen Residence Arlington MA - Renovation and addition 
Reid/Brody Residence,Arlington MA - Renovation and addition
Voet Residence Arlington MA - Renovation and addition
House Renovations, 1894 Kezar Falls Road, North Waterford, Maine

Education:
Master of Architecture, University of Oregon May, 1994
Emphasis on sustainable design; passive heating, cooling; strategic use of regional and local environmental conditions; also, Scandinavian design.
Thesis: A Scandinavian-American Cultural Center, Portland, Oregon
Bachelor of Arts in English, Columbia University January, 1989

Campus Involvement

Member of the Assessment Committee
Member of the Technology Committee
Past member of the Planning Committee

Accomplishments

Prof. Brody completed the textbook, Electronic Workflow for Interior Designers and Architects, in Fall 2010. In it, he outlines strategies for efficeintly managing workflow between several of the most common types of software that designers use: sketch modeling, building information modeling, rendering, and photo editing. A designer must leverage the most powerful features within each type of software while avoiding electronic dead-ends, where design updates in one program do not affect the model or rendering in other software. For more information about the titles, see: http://www.fairchildbooks.com/products/240-electronic-workflow-for-interior-designers-architects

Workflow cover

Works-in-Progress

Prof. Brody has had a paper entitled, "Drawing Conclusions: Best Practices for Design Rendering," at the Constructed Environment conference in Vancouver, BC, in October 2012.