Michael has worked on both contemporary and traditional residential projects throughout the United States for over a decade. He has been involved in all aspects of residential design and construction and particularly focuses on green architecture. His previous experience was with national and international commercial and institutional projects. He was selected to pursue joint venture opportunities in Russia and was assigned overseas duties as a resident architect in Moscow.
Michael received a B.S. degree in architecture and environmental design from Ball State University in 1993 after completing a European field study at the Technical University, Berlin, Germany. He previously spent eight years using a business degree in various capacities for corporations in the healthcare industry. He currently sits on the Board of Trustees for the local chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art.
Much of his spare time is devoted to fitness and outdoor activities abundant in the Pacific Northwest.