My career has taken me through traditional wood craftsmanship, modern production woodwork, historical restoration and reproduction, and the design of furniture and millwork. Attending NWTC to pursue my Architectural Technology degree was the next logical step. Since then, I have been employed as a professional modeler, designer, and drafter in various sectors of the fields of architecture and design.
I have always been fascinated by the relationship between people and the spaces they create and inhabit. I have, over the course of my career, learned much about the development of that relationship through history. I enjoy challenges that offer the opportunity for learning, and that demand creative and innovative solutions. I believe that the near future will offer many such challenges, especially in regard to the conservation of economic, material, and energy resources. I believe that I can help to make a positive contribution towards their resolution.