Mark is known as a collaborative designer with a strong ability to build consensus on committee driven projects. Focusing on programmatic driven work, Mark enjoys collaborating with clients to create projects that serve their vision and propels that vision forward. As such, he has a long track record of working with consultants and clients in an engaging way. He has concentrated on a diverse array of placemaking projects, from the award-winning Dallas Holocaust & Human Rights Museum to the locally acclaimed Boardwalk at Granite Park. For nearly 15+ years, Mark has concentrated on church facilities, focusing on providing functional, beautiful and flexible buildings for churches of all sizes.
When not focusing on Architecture, he enjoys house plants, welding, hiking, and spending time with his family.
Mark received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Classical Studies from Santa Clara University and a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Texas at Arlington.
“As a designer, I relish opportunities that have a positive impact on our local community.