Clients and colleagues alike appreciate Jeff’s collaborative and inclusive leadership style. He brings diverse stakeholders together to achieve shared visions and successful project outcomes. He guides multi-discipline teams and inspires creativity, innovation, and responsive problem-solving.
Jeff believes that community placemaking is central to good design, applying this concept to all types of projects, from K-12 and higher education buildings to cultural facilities and foreign missions.
Jeff enjoys the “think tank” atmosphere at Quinn Evans, where meaningful research, extensive modeling, and intense design collaboration inform projects and often lead to significant discoveries and resourceful solutions.
Master of Architecture, University of Michigan, 1986
Bachelor of Science in Architecture, University of Michigan 1984
Bachelor of Arts, Dartmouth College, 1980
American Institute of Architects
National Trust for Historic Preservation
Association for Preservation Technology
DC Committee on Architecture for Education, DC AIA | CAE
USGBC – LEED AP