Brian was twelve years old when he watched a geodesic dome being built by his hometown’s high school carpentry class under the tutelage of a local construction company. He was hooked, and his path was forged. Fortunately for Brian, his mother was an interior designer and was more than happy to encourage this new interest by introducing him to the world of architecture. Flash forward to his first few years after graduation, and Brian was working at that same construction company as a carpenter. This experience instilled in him a deep respect for designs that offered real-world constructability – an appreciation that formed the foundation of his approach to architecture.
His true passion in architecture comes from program-driven institutional projects where he and the project team work together to conceptualize the spaces that will promote discovery or healing. He enjoys seeing his colleagues take on these challenges and exceed the client’s expectations.