I got my first taste of construction as a teenager working with my father (a Structural engineer) building two additions to our 1880′s farmhouse. Later, I worked with my brother on various small construction projects. While earning my first degree (Geography) I worked summers as a draftsman in my father’s engineering firm. After a 4 year stint working for the defence department I decided to return to building and design. Since 1989, I have worked continuously in the architectural/construction field.
In 1992 I entered Drexel’s Bachelors of Architecture evening program graduating in 2000, Magna Cum Laude, and with Highest GPA in class. I was also awarded the AIA student medal. In 2003, I gained my First Registration in Pennsylvania. I have since added registrations in Delaware and New Jersey.
In addition to my architectural business, I am an Adjunct Professor at Arcadia University; primarily teaching architectural history. I have also taught architectural graphics, and have acted as Interior design thesis advisor. At Eastern University I am an Adjunct Professor of Music, teaching Scottish bagpipes.
National Trust for Historic preservation
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation
Upper Dublin Township Code review board
Upper Dublin Township Historical Commission
Play Scottish bagpipes and flute Semi-professionally.