Designer & Writer

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The Carpent'Hours

Beverly Hills, CA 90212

702-706-2307

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EIMA BLANK
Publications
Monographs

Articles

Other websites

Patents

Honors and Awards
  • 2nd price for "innovation in construction" - CNAM, Paris, France - 2013 -  $42,800 to manage my researches.

  • Favorite project - Jeunes Talents, Paris, France - 2013 - Press releases

  • Trophées de l’Innovation - Arbocentre, Orléans, France - 2013 - Press releases

  • 1st price - National Association of Accountants, Paris, France - 2011 - $ 5,350 to manage my researches.

  • Favorite project - National Association of Accountants, Paris, France - 2011 - Press releases

  • Incubation - CARINNA, Reims, France - 2010 - $53,120 to manage my activities on the economy of the hardwood industry.

  • Innovation in construction - CNAM, Paris, France - $ 5,709 for my first travel in Indonesia.

  • Kodak Young Reporter - Kodak, Paris, France - about $1500 of films and development.

Computer skills
  • Windows Suite, Word, Excel, PowerPoint

  • Acrobat Suite, PDF edition and forms

  • Photoshop, Illustrator, Audition

  • SketchUp, Lumion, Blender, Unity 3D

  • Crazy Talk, Powtoon animation

  • HTML, PHP, Javascript, MySQL, CMS

  • SADT analysis and ergonomy

Other skills
  • Social networking

  • Quantitative and qualitative sociology

  • Financial audits (abstract)

  • Wood work

  • Fiber glass

  • RV conversion

Posters

 
Languages
  • French (mother tongue)

  • English (fluent)

  • Indonesian (was fluent in 2015)

Some illustrations & animations
Eima BLANK

 

Eima BLANK is my pen name since 2015. It started as an occasional author name to write articles on the ecology of the environment. In 2015, people started to call me Eima as a regular name and at some point, I decided to stick with it on all my internet websites. My mother calls me BANK, Eima BANK, but I thought that it was not really appropriate. Eima is like a screen character, some kind of jumpsuit I would wear in my professional life to separate my writing from the person I am.

I am graduated in architecture and I conducted my first research in 1990. It started with a sociological study of the "space of living in matriarchal and matrilineal families". This short study was followed with a study about "the way how architecture can absorb the stigmates of disable people". In 1991, I started height years research about "the traditional architecture of the Batak people of Sumatra" and in 1999, I started a research about the geometry of Pi in architecture. I still work on this subject as an independent researcher.

My education as a child and my work as an ethnographer have influenced my way of thinking. I am passionate about forestry and forestry is the main reason why I started to write with a pen name. I have won two first prices with the biggest accountants association of France for my writing about the economy of the wood industry. I have studied forestry on the field by making investigations with forest owners, forest managers, forest administrations, sawmills, carpenters, contractors, transporters and librarians. As an ethnographer, I have always been concerned by the impact of forestry on the people and how to accommodate sustainability in a modern world.

In 2015, I decided to abandon my research about the forestry after I have been the target of violent international competitors. I arrived in the US in February 2015. I applied for the US citizenship in May 2015 and I got my first work permit in December 2015. Since then, I have worked as a seamstress, a carpenter, a personal assistant, a translator, a designer and a handyman.

On-going research
  • The geography of prime numbers

  • The Divine Harmony of Pi and Phi in 2D and 3D space

  • Support my research

Positions
  • Independent researcher - 1995 - 2017

  • Personal assistant and freelancer - 2015 - 2017

  • CEO of a wood construction company - 2012 - 2015

  • Architect ethnographer and consultant - 1992 - 2012

  • Ergonomic webmaster - 2003 - 2008

  • Illustrator and editor - 1992 - 2017

  • Occasional seamstress - 2016 - 2017

Occasional missions
  • TruDevCo - Las Vegas - 2017 - Translation of all the marketing and financial data for 3 construction projects.

  • IUATLD - Paris, France - 2007 - Ergonomic webmaster for the harmonization of the website among the different agencies worldwide.

  • CHF International - Aceh, Indonesia - 2005 - Financial audits, investigations and shelters meetings along with translations and reports.

  • French Embassy in Jakarta - Aceh, Indonesia - 2005 - Sociological survey of an IDP camp and assistance to the French representatives of the Aceh Monitoring Mission for the European peace plan in Aceh.

Field work
  • France - Research and investigations about the temperate forest and the hardwood industry - 2006 - 2015.

  • Sumatra - May to October 2005 - Independent consultant for the CHF International and the French Embassy in Jakarta.

  • Malaysia - Avril 1995 - Logistic to cross the Malacca Strait with a model of Batak Toba house to be shipped in Kuala Lumpur to France.

  • Sumatra - December 1994 to April 1995 - Study of the architecture of the Batak people of Sumatra and making of a traditional house scaled 1/10 with animist carpenters. Logistics to cross Sumatra with the model.

  • France - January 1993 to December 1994 - Research in the Musée de l'Homme and Musée Guimet in Paris.

  • Switzerland - 1993 - Research in the private library of Jean-Paul Barbier-Mueller, the owner of the Museum Barbier Mueller

  • Switzerland - 1993 - Research in the library of the Musée d'Ethnographie de Genève

  • The Netherland - 1993 - Study in the archives of the Tropen Museum in Amsterdam

  • The Netherland - 1993 - Stydy in the archives of the KITLV, the Rijksmuseum and the National Herbarium of Leiden

  • Sumatra - September 1992, January 1993 - Study of the architecture of the Batak people of Sumatra.

  • Czechoslovakia - 2 weeks in October 1989 - Study of the architecture of Praha.

  • Italy - June to September 1989 - Study of a Palazzo Veneto and a Casa Medievale in Vicenza.

Education
  • School of architecture - Nantes, France - 1988 - 1995 - Graduated in architecture

  • EHESS - Paris, France - 1993 - 1993 - Histoire des civilisations orientales with Denys Lombard

  • Langues'O - Paris, France - 1993 - 1995 - 

  • Lycée Choiseul - Tours, France - 1985 - 1988 - Graduated in Applied Arts

  • Ecole des Beaux Arts - Tours, France - 1985 - 1988 - 

Presentations

Material in museums

Jury member
Revision of thesis
Investigations for other writers
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