I have built my practice on a combination of rigorous training, broad experience in the practical arts and crafts of construction, and careful attention to both the concrete goals and the creative dreams of my clients.
My childhood love of drawing and building grew into a degree in history and architecture at Washington University in St. Louis, and then to a Master’s degree in Architecture at the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence.
I believe that true success in any design process depends on the quality of the collaboration between an architect, a client, and whenever possible, the builder. I am committed to listening, and to applying my diverse training and experience to translating my client’s wishes and dreams into attractive, comfortable, and energy efficient places for living. My affection for the landscape and communities of Vermont and New England and my concern for the future of our environment have merged in a commitment to sustainable design and construction practices.
I am a member of The American Institute of Architects, and am licensed in the state of Vermont and certified to practice architecture throughout the United States and Canada.
I live in Bristol, Vermont with my wife, two daughters, and a cute but useless dog, and when not working enjoy playing hockey, coaching soccer, playing violin, and showing off my mediocre acting chops on the local stage.