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Licensed architect in the states of Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and the District of Columbia. NCARB certi ed, NCIDQ certi ed and LEED BD+C accredited. Eighteen years of experience in all phases of design, development and construction administration for both architecture and interior design projects of varying scale and scope. Results oriented with the ability to oversee project teams and guide clients on the issues and challenges inherent to a project while providing effective and ef cient solutions.

Work Experience

Architectural Support Group, LLC – Olney, MD

11/2013 to Present

Responsibilities include leading and managing all phases of design, development, documentation and administration for a wide scale of commercial and residential projects. Assists in architectural forensic investigations and has been admitted as an expert witness in a Maryland court of law. Develops client relationships and marketing strategies.

• Maryland Environmental Service – 12,000sf – Dredging facility operation building
• Carroll Lutheran Village – Multi-family balcony renovation
• Roche Residence – Residential renovation and addition
• N St. Condominium – TQM Consultant for large condominium development
• Miller’s Grant Lutheran Village – Multi-family building envelope consultant

Williams Design Group – Clifton, VA

11/2006 to 11/2013

Responsibilities included leading and managing all phases of design, development, documentation and administration for a wide scale of residential and light commercial projects. Scope ranged from interior bathroom renovations to entire new homes for residential projects and small tenant t-outs and master plans for commercial projects. Practice primarily in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.

• Viar Residence – 12,900sf – Single family residence
• Freeman Residence- 5,600sf – Single family residence
• Villagio Restaurant – 2,950sf – Interior/exterior renovation
• Department of Energy – Various sf – Interior and exterior projects of various scope
• Various military bases – Various sf – Roof and restroom renovations.

STUDIOS Architecture – Washington, DC

04/2003 to 11/2006

Responsibilities included assistance in design, development, documentation and construction administration for various interior design and base building architectural projects.

• Airport Plaza 3 – 680,000sf – 17 story, Mixed use residential complex
• 610 Broadway – 70,000sf – 6 story, Commercial of ce building
• Square 452 – 350,000sf – 10 story, Commercial of ce building
• 1616 Rhode Island – 130,000sf – 10 story, Commercial of ce building
• Queens Museum of Art – Museum design competition
• Block 86/72 – Commercial high rise of ce design competition

Dorsky, Hodgson + Partners – Beachwood, Ohio

08/2002 to 04/2003

Responsibilities included master planning and site design for lifestyle centers and malls. Facade design development. Environmental graphic design.

• Legacy Village – 650,000sf – Mixed use retail architecture
• University Town Center – 2.2 million sf -Mixed use retail master plan
• Union Urban – 155,000sf – Retail architecture

Professional Internships Various

08/1998 to 03/2002

Full-time experience obtained during undergraduate education. Responsibilities included design development, model building and presentations. 3D modeling and rendering. Marketing presentations and graphics. Architectural signage design. Space and site planning. Facade design. Development of construction documentation and specifications.


University of Cincinnati

Graduated 06/2002

  • College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning
  • Bachelor of Science in Interior Design

Fachhochschule – Technical University

Summer 2000

  • Potsdam, Germany
  • Intensive design studio followed by personal travel and study of architecture and design in Western and Central Europe.

Licenses and Certifications

  • NCARB Certi cate No. 86392
  • Licensed Architect – Maryland – License No. 17356
  • Licensed Architect – Virginia – License No. 18123
  • Licensed Architect – Pennsylvania – License No. RA 408402
  • Licensed Architect – District of Columbia – License No. 103134
  • Certified Interior Designer – NCIDQ Certification No. 021436
  • LEED AP BD+C Accredited

Activities and Achievements

  • Governor appointed member of the Maryland State Board of Interior Design – 2017 to Current.
  • Member of NCARB Interior Architecture Work Group – 2017 to Current.
  • Member of NCARB Certification Alternative Review Committee – 2018 to Current
  • Co-presented session at 2017 NCARB Licensing Advisor Summit titled, New Opportunities for NCARB Certification.
  • Maryland AIA appointed state Architect Licensing Advisor – 2015 to Current.
  • First admitted as an expert witness in the eld of architecture in Maryland District Court of Montgomery. County on May 21st, 2014.
  • Frequent lecturer on NCARB licensure process and ARE testing methodology
  • Selected to be a part of NCARB’s 2012 IDP Intern Think Tank tasked with generating new ideas and potential changes to the IDP process. Co-authored paper, “Multiple Paths Toward Licensure.”
  • Panelist at the July 2013 NCARB IDP Coordinator Conference.
  • Shortlisted for the Building Trust International’s HOME Competition in August, 2012.
  • Active Member of the American Institute of Architects Potomac Valley Chapter.
  • Taught freshman seminar class at University of Cincinnati in Fall of 2001.
  • Introduced group of freshman architecture and interior design students to the basics of design through physical experience of spaces and buildings. Methods used included sketchbook exercises and eld trips to various sites around Greater Cincinnati area.
  • Taught freshman digital representation studio at University of Cincinnati in Spring of 2002.
  • Focused on developing skills and ideas digitally. Programs used by students included Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. Macromedia Flash and Dreamweaver. Form Z. Explored the ability to “cross-over” programs to discover the best way to develop ideas and presentation techniques.
  • Guest lecturer for a digital representation class at University of Cincinnati in Spring 2002.
  • Topics discussed included the programs used in the eld for production and presentation. Showed examples of techniques using multiple programs together to develop projects though various phases of design. Explained how these techniques can save time and money and boost productivity in the workplace.
  • Wrote Essay, “I Am a Designer,” published in the 2003 edition of the Almanac of Architecture and Design.

Computer Experience

  • ArchiCAD (14+ years of professional experience)
  • AutoCAD (4 years of professional experience)
  • Revit (Course training, no professional experience)
  • Vectorworks (1 year of professional experience)
  • Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Dreamweaver
  • Microsoft Office Suite
  • Procore (Fundamentals, Architect, and Superintendent Certified)
  • ArchiOffice
  • BlueBeam Revu