A Boston-area native, Chris graduated from Northeastern University with a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture in the spring of 2012.  But his professional career began well before this, with a construction management position at the Massachusetts School Building Authority in Boston and later with Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects in New York City and Steffian Bradley Architects in Boston, playing a large role in the BIM/Revit implementation within both companies.

After graduation, he moved to New York City and began work for multi-national firm Arquitectonica, working on large-scale mixed-used projects in Toronto, Boston, Miami, Atlanta and Chicago among other worldwide locations.  Afterwards, Chris shifted gears to smaller-scale projects, collaborating with Swis Loc Architecture on a restaurant in Brooklyn and a loft renovation in Tribeca.  Chris also continues to work on personal projects and private commissions on the side.

Along with domestic experience, Chris has considerable experience abroad, having studied a semester in the eternal city of Rome and having lived a year in Seville, Spain.

His work and design philosophy spring from the user in mind, and that when all is said and done what really matters is the user’s experience of the space.  His designs focus on a combination of textural and spatial experiences guided by efficiency and sustainability.

When not working, you can find him spending time with friends and family, bike riding, snowboarding, hiking and traveling the world, always looking for the next adventure.