WHO IS MITCH?
Mr Pull-it-apart-and-put-it-back-together-again. You’ll find Mitch working away in his workshop fixing up old bikes; he’s fascinated by how things are made! A mechanic by trade, Mitch began his career under the hoods of cars and trucks. He then entered the mining industry where the machinery got a little bigger – designing and drafting mining class excavator buckets, front-end loaders and hydraulic face shovels. His meticulous and methodical work in the industrial world made a natural progression into architecture.
Mitch’s keen eye for details and mechanically minded creative process truly resonate throughout his drawings and documentation. After school, actually ‘after work’, you’ll find this big kid trying to keep up with his son on the BMX track or channelling his inner Tony Hawk!
ON BECOMING AN ARCHITECTURAL TECHNICIAN
It gives me the opportunity to see beneath the skin of a design, break it down and put it back together again with the satisfaction of having discovered how its bones work.
The problem solving opportunities that arise from this only add to the enjoyment I get from making something work and look like the vision of the Architect.