Master of Architecture, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, 2007
Bachelor of Arts in English, Dartmouth College, 2000
David has always been interested in art. His appreciation
for design, craft, and the practical arts was first sparked in college while
helping to build and maintain cabins on the Appalachian Trail in Vermont and
New Hampshire. Later he attended the John C. Campbell Folk School in North
Carolina and furthered his knowledge of a wide variety of craft techniques.
After graduating from Virginia Tech with his Master of
Architecture, David spent a year at a small firm in Hanover, NH and then four
years as a carpenter. Returning to the field of architecture in 2013, David
worked at a small firm with a diverse portfolio where he gained experience on a
wide variety of projects, from ultra-modern single-family residences to a
brew-pub, a ski lodge, and a 300-bed college dormitory.
David joined WLA in 2019 and is currently working towards licensure
in the State of Vermont.
He enjoys working with clients to understand their needs
and transform them into functional, beautiful environments. In his spare time,
he can be found reading, doodling, renovating his house, and spending time with