Justin is an architect who works with clients to design low-carbon facilities, innovative laboratories and climate-resilient infrastructure.

His work is informed by an academic background in sustainable development, public policy, and environmental science, with a keen interest in building with carbon sequestering building materials. 

With over 8 years of experience on project teams designing towers, hospitals, classrooms, labs, utility plants, museums, clinics, houses, cabins, furniture other large-medium-and-small structures, Justin lives for working towards the synthesis of seemingly contradictory impulses - helping clients hone-in on a big unifying idea that brings together purpose, context, and ingenuity.

He believes that when living materials and common purpose are prioritized, we can create memorable places that engage the senses and allow the communities we serve to thrive.

When not in the studio, Justin spends time in the wilderness with his wife, friends, and family - writing trail poems, seeking out off-road land art, kayaking Northwest waterways or bike camping through the Western U.S.
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