Morgan Harrison, AIA

Senior Project Coordinator
Denison University / Savannah College of Art & Design / Texas A&M University

Morgan Harrison is a Senior Project Coordinator with GFF, Inc
Church-Works-Studio Christmas

GFF Church Works Holiday Recipe Collection

GFF Churchworks Studio wishes everyone a safe and merry holiday season, and would like to share some of our favorite recipes to be enjoyed with friends and family. Pumpkin Bread Stephen Pickard Fudge Susan Wright Pecan Divinity Aaron Steward Oatmeal Raisin / Chocolate Chip Cookies Crystal Gore Sweet Potato Casserole Jacquelyn Block Turkey Brine Jamie…
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2018 AIA RETROSPECT: GFF Exhibit

Last week GFF installed our exhibit for the 2018 AIA RETROSPECT in NorthPark Mall and it is displayed with a number of other exhibits designed by architecture firms in Dallas.  RETROSPECT is a public outreach event designed to promote architects, architecture, and activities within the community.  The exhibit demonstrates how architects lead efforts to make…

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GFF Pet Post 2018

We at GFF love our cuddly companions. See below for GFFers and their furriest friends!

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STEAM Career Week Spring Break

On March 11th members of the Church Works studio participated in the STEAM Career Week Spring Break at the Dallas Arboretum: Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden.  The event aims to inspire children to consider careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (STEAM).  Professionals from in these fields set up booths with activities to inspire…

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Happy New Year from GFF

GFF celebrated their 35th anniversary and annual Holiday Party at Factory Six03. The newly renovated West End Building was designed by GFF’s own Chris Andersen, Jillian Brooks, Reagan Compton, Larry Good and Traci Webster. Being able to celebrate these milestones at a building close to our hearts made the evening all the more special! Happy…

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Form Follows Fitness 5k

This year GFF had over 30 participants in the For Follows Fitness 5k which benefits the Dallas Center for Architecture. The 5K runs through Uptown, The Arts District, and Downtown. This area showcases some of the best architecture in the nation! The 2015 event raised over $75,000 for the Dallas Center for Architecture with 2,000…