Over the course of 30 years, I've been privileged to enjoy a successful career practicing architecture, first where I was raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, followed by 18 years in Southern California.
Soon after receiving my degree from the University of California at Berkeley, I moved to Los Angeles where I learned the elements of the trade at some well-regarded firms including Arthur Erickson Architects, DMJM, and SOM, culminating in a 9 year commitment to the Getty Center at Richard Meier & Partners.
Once the Getty Museum opened to the public in 1998, I traded coasts and relocated to New York City, where I've continued my work with Thomas Phifer & Partners, HHPA, Arquitectonica and Pfeiffer Partners Architects. I've continued to work on a consulting basis with several New York firms. Two projects currently under construction are featured here: a performing arts center at Brooklyn College, and a large mixed-use project in Korea, the International Finance Centre in Seoul.
Please take a few moments to look through these pages to view both projects I'm currently working on individually, as well as experience I've had collaborating on projects with several distinguished architectural firms over the course of my career.
The smaller projects showcased here are a sampling of work I am doing with private clients to broaden my portfolio. But I will also continue to stay abreast of advances in building technology because I still look forward to collaborating on large scale projects where my technical and problem-solving skills are a great asset.