I believe architecture should connect us with each other and the places we live. Good architecture is more than a thoughtful assemblage of structure and material – it’s an active creation of spaces that provide meaningful experiences and enhance our awareness of the natural world. I strive to design architecture that quietly serves its function and contributes to its context with intentionality, simplicity, and empathy.
Born a “Rocky Mountain Boy” in Utah, I have come to love my adopted home in Vermont since 2000, especially its sense of place, care for community, and love for the natural environment. I enjoy writing and playing music; my wife, four sons, and grandson.