Architectural Projects

Sunlit Canyon Cellars wanted a winery designed for their freshly planted and arranged vineyard. The client's conceptual goal was a northwestern feel coupled with Italian influence, also relating to their existing home. A challenge, though very well achieved due to great builder craftsmanship.

North Bay Lutheran Church - I was hired to correct the design of this Lutheran Church and also manage and coordinate all subconsultants. I'm currently acting as Project Manager of this job and will be making site visits, coordinating meetings, plus completing the Architectural Design.

Faith In Action is a company in South Puget Sound. They contribute time to serving churches, providing "meals on wheels" locally, and helping those less fortunate; an amazing group of individuals. FIA received a firm government grant plus raised their own money to build this senior center. Before the end of Design Development, this 2 story center had a commercial kitchen spec'd, staff and service elevator to the second floor, met LEED Silver standards, and excited the community about a new 15,000sf building to enjoy. Project was given to another for completion in 2012 upon starting AiS.

A client with an existing home on the Hood Canal needed to knock down and start fresh. He wanted a 3 bed/2 bath, two story house, very open to natural light. The full height great room maximized sun exposure and views. A garage with living above was also designed and is shown first. 2011.

Suquamish Indian Tribe's Masi Shop and my SketchUp rendering in the top right. I was very fortunate to do a lot of work for the Tribe. 2008-2012.
The Suquamish Fisheries Dept. I was involved in the interior design of both structure and finishes, and also hand rendered this for a press release.
Suquamish Indian Tribe's Safe Haven Building for the Suquamish Child Support Enforcement Office, one of my first professional designs in 2008.