We are thrilled to welcome four student interns to the BSA family this summer! Pictured above (from left to right) are Alexis Windham, Ethan Weinstein, TJ Cook, and Aidan Taylor, all from Mississippi State University’s College of Architecture, Art & Design (CAAD).
Alexis Windham, a native of Picayune, Mississippi, is a 5th-year student in the School of Architecture. This summer, Alexis is looking forward to learning more about Historic Preservation, “especially the process of adapting and reusing existing buildings for new uses.”
Ethan Weinstein is a 5th-year student in the School of Architecture from Franklin, Tennessee. Ethan is especially excited to “work on such a wide variety of projects as well as gaining valuable real-world experience in the historic architecture field” during his time at BSA.
TJ Cook, from Grenada, Mississippi, is a 5th-year student in the School of Architecture. TJ is most excited to learn “how an architecture firm handles different phases of a project.”
Aidan Taylor is a rising senior in the Interior Design Program from Red Banks, Mississippi (Marshall County), and has begun to take classes in the Master of Fine Arts program in Historic Preservation. During his internship, Aidan is looking forward to “developing a larger understanding of how interior spaces come to life from the moment they are conceptualized to a final product.”
We are grateful to have them with us for a few months. If you know any other talented designers with a strong interest in historic preservation, please direct them to our Careers page to view our current openings.