David, the son of a prominent structural engineer, was raised in southern New England and grew up surrounded by a variety of architectural styles old and new. At age six, David and his family attended EXPO 67 in Montreal, Canada. He was fascinated by the international architecture on display, and especially enjoyed Buckminster Fuller’s US Pavilion and Frei Otto’s German Pavilion. David was inspired by the spectacular and creative design solutions and knew then that he wanted to be an architect.
David traveled southwest to attend the University of Texas at Arlington where he received both a B.S. in Architecture and Master of Architecture degree. Since graduation, David has worked for several Dallas area architecture design firms designing and managing an extensive variety of building types. His experience includes residential, commercial, religious, historic restoration, and education projects. His attention to detail and commitment to project goals has resulted in many successful projects. David is also a member of the Texas Society of Architects and the American Institute of Architects.
When not working, David enjoys many activities including exploring the world, volunteering, making new contacts with his ham radio gear, tinkering with his vintage Land Rovers and Alfa Romeo, and searching for the perfect craft beer.