I work at the intersection of memory (history), place, image, shared culture, Architecture (built meaning), color and thought (text). I am not interested in the obvious nor in the complex. My work is a refinement of an initial pure vision. It is a process of observation, contemplation, documentation, reduction, simplification and distillation.
I live and work in Richmond, Virginia. I studied at Washington University in St. Louis under Leslie Laskey and William Gass. A registered Architect in the District of Columbia (Washington, DC), I have worked for Architecture firms in St. Louis, MO, Washington, DC and Richmond, VA, including Swanke Hayden Connell, Einhorn Yaffee Prescott, Glave and Holmes and the Architect of the Capitol. My design experience informs my work and exploration.
The Phillips Exeter Academy
Washington University in St. Louis
St. Louis, MO
A.B. Architecture, Art History, Philosophy