Too often, new construction emphasizes quantity over quality.
My approach to design is grounded in the idea that sensibly-sized, better-utilized spaces are more efficient, easier to maintain, and less expensive to heat, cool, and furnish.
Most importantly, they can be a more satisfying place to live or work - by design.
A native of Cecil County on Maryland's Eastern Shore, I've been a Registered Architect in Maryland since 2004.
I am a 1992 graduate of the Pennsylvania School of Art and Design, and a 1995 graduate of Lebanon Valley College.
2007 Winner, AIA Chesapeake Bay Chapter Citation Award for Architectural Excellence, "Hollywood Beach House," Chesapeake City, MD