AIA, LEED AP BD+C
“Wonderful buildings can inspire, support, help us grow and learn about ourselves, our place, and our connections with each other. Architecture is most successful when a collaborative design process integrates broad stakeholder input, to provide beauty and purpose for occupants inside, as well as the community outside.”
With more than 22 years of experience, Stephen is committed to developing innovative living and learning facilities. As project architect, he applies his passion for integrative sustainable design to help find cost-effective solutions that support client and community goals. Stephen enjoys balancing performance, student learning, occupant comfort, and material health with opportunities to provide surprise, wonder, and delight. Stephen chairs Mahlum’s internal Sustainability Steering Committee and was a contributing editor to the 2018 AIA COTE Top Ten Toolkit, which is now known as the national AIA Framework for Design Excellence.
Stephen holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University. He is a registered architect in the State of Oregon and a LEED Accredited professional.