I have more than two decades of experience in consulting, design, and structural analysis, with a specialty in restoration and historical preservation. Most recently, I served as an adjunct professor at the University of Cincinnati College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Currently, I am active in the Structural Engineers’ Association of Ohio, continuing education committee. I am a graduate of Virginia Tech and Ohio University.
I enjoy projects that integrate engineering, architecture, planning, and community development. I was the project manager of the design team for The High Line Park (Phases I & II) in New York City. Other notable projects in my past include The Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Massachusetts and the PS122 Community Center (122CC) in New York City.
Since moving to Cincinnati in 2013, I have been active with various community organizations interested in developing sustainable projects. I volunteered for several years at the Niehoff Urban Design Studio, was a member of the Wasson Way Board of Directors, a consultant for BLINK Cincinnati presented by ArtWorks, and many other local groups. My personal mission is to connect, build, and sustain communities through infrastructure.