On any given day, you’re likely to find Christopher planning his next bicycle tour, like the one he went on in 2018 from Washington, DC, to Pittsburgh. “Bicycles are the perfect way to experience a place, find its hidden moments, and meet the people that make the place,” he says. He believes that thoughtful, holistic design at every scale, focused on people, has the power to engage with and enhance our everyday world. Christopher has been a practicing architect since 2016 where he gained experience in the fast-paced AEC industry in Dallas, working with clients and A&E teams in the Multi-Family, Commercial, and K-12 Education sectors. Seeking new challenges, Christopher moved to Washington in 2017, where he’s enjoyed diving into the myriad opportunities that the nation’s capital and its surrounding areas have to offer.
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Christopher enjoys collaborating with a wide range of designers who bring a breadth and depth of experience across multiple practice areas in the firm’s second largest studio. His design curiosity doesn’t stop at the built environment; he’s an avid gardener and member of the Blair Road Community Garden in Northeast DC, where he’s a section co-captain working with more than 60 individual gardens, helping to manage day-to-day issues in the community.