With masters degrees in both engineering and architecture, Jack blends practical construction experience with a love of ambitiously conceived forms. Having grown up in hills behind Albuquerque, he is inspired by the interaction of the desert and the urban environment. Jack loves working at the intersection of science, community, and economics — where human-need meets the built environment.
Coming from a background in utility-scale electrical engineering, and as a commercial electrician, Jack brings experience in large industrial projects to the residential space.
As an Architectural Intern, Jack translates design into the working documents that guide a project, as well as supporting the other team members in the design process. A long time rock climber and backcountry skier, he is now trying to learn how to mountain bike and play the violin.