As a designer with an architectural background, Jay Hyun has extensive knowledge of materials and processes, with technical experience essential to the CG team. His skill set includes documentation, managing regulatory submissions for permitting, procuring materials for research, rendering with computer aided programs (AutoCad, Rhinoceros, and Revit), as well as model making and sculptural casting. He is adept at the entire design process, from conceptualization to product development and presentation.
Over the years at CG, Jay has evolved his skill set to streamline the regulatory process necessary for public and private interventions. He diligently coordinates the requirements involved with the local government to achieve the desired intent. These requirements range from zoning permit approvals to developing rapport with local community organizations for variance relief.
Jay graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Temple University in 2012. He also studied at Temple University’s Rome campus in 2009 and constructed the exhibition and showcase for sculptures at the Roberto Mannino Sculpture Studio.