Since 2000, Brian has been involved in the design, documentation and management of urban high-rise and mid-rise projects at Weber Thompson. As a Senior Associate, Brian manages large, complex, multi-year projects from pre-design to construction administration. He brings an acute attention to design, constructability and budget, developing elegant, constructible and affordable solutions to complex design problems.
Brian’s professional interests include the integration of housing, transit and urban design to create rich, exciting cities in which to live. He was part of the WT team that facilitated the South Lake Union Urban Design Framework charette process, and managed the documentation of the results for the City of Seattle to use in its final publication. He has been involved with the Seattle viaduct / waterfront debate for over 10 years, co-producing the film "Viaduct? What Viaduct?” which questioned the need to simply replace the structure without improving the urban environment, helping to form "Waterfront for All", a coalition of urban design, environment, alternate transportation, and arts advocates, and working on the Waterfront For All Design Collaborative. Brian is currently serving his second term as Waterfront Chair representing Allied Arts as a member of the Central Waterfront Committee and the Design Oversight Subcommittee.
Bachelor of Architecture
University of Oregon