A registered architect for more than thirty years, Jim is a historic preservationist with a diverse architectural background specializing in residential, office, hospitality, landscape, education, transportation and urban design projects. He strives to integrate the disciplines of architecture, preservation and landscape in every project so the designs will benefit current users and recognize the importance of the local history and architectural context.
James' professional objective - "to blend my interests in preservation, architecture, landscape and development to create projects, either new or adaptive reuse, that benefit the users of the space and the local community."
Registered Architect in Washington and California
University of Oregon, MS Historic Preservation
University of Massachusetts, MA Russian Area Studies