With 14 years of residential experience, Stephen is passionate about creating beautiful residential spaces in both single-family and multifamily developments. His first career as an award-winning art director gives him a unique architectural perspective that is detail-oriented and focused on aesthetic composition and harmony.
After deciding to follow his childhood dreams and pursue architecture, Stephen went back to school to obtain his Master of Architecture. While at The University of Texas at Arlington, he also completed the certificate in Asset Repositioning and Property Turnaround Strategies, designed and published TEXFILES (a 300+ page book showcasing the work of the School of Architecture), and became the Co-Founder of the DFW chapter of Architecture for Humanity.
Stephen has a wide range of interests and has lived all over the United States. That experience—along with his background in building and construction, his appreciation for details, and a desire to always find the right solution—allows him to bring his own unique perspective to every project he works on. When he is not thinking about architecture, Stephen spends every moment he can with his three children and his wife Meg. And because he doesn't like to sit still for too long, he is a member of a triathlon racing team in Dallas and has competed as an off-road triathlete for Team USA since 2013.
Stephen enjoys taking the road less traveled. Oftentimes on a mountain bike or in a good pair of trail-running shoes. Or even when it comes to his career path. Before he became a designer of architecture, he was a designer of advertising—an award-winning art director, to be exact, at several highly regarded national ad agencies. But as much as he enjoyed creating ads, he always felt there was more out there to discover.
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