Who We Are
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I was born and raised in south Louisiana. I knew from an early age that I wanted to go into architecture. There was just something about seeing a project go from concept to reality. I learned a lot from my Dad, who built both homes that I grew up in. He always had a project going on, so I received some valuable hands-on experience about construction and work ethic. We also spent a lot of time out in the Gulf, deep sea fishing and scuba diving.
After graduating from Louisiana Tech, I moved to Fort Smith and married a girl from Van Buren. We spent several years in Austin, Texas, but moved back to be closer to her family and raise our 3 wonderful children.
When I’m not playing tennis or thinking about playing tennis, I am usually spending time with my family or in the kitchen cooking up something Cajun.
Raised in Fort Smith, I graduated from Southside High School and went on to earn my BARCH degree from the University of Arkansas. After college I moved to the “big cities” of Dallas and lasted through two Chicago winters. We decided it was best for us to raise our kids in a big, small town and moved back home when opportunity knocked.
The firm has always encouraged community participation and as such, I have enjoyed being involved in civic groups Our family loves going to Siesta Key Beach every chance we get. You have to see the white sand to believe it.
A passionate hobby of mine for 25 years was officiating football. The crew was my fall family, traveling the state and giving back to the game. Our best games were when nobody knew we were there. Lots of stories to tell.
Influenced by a wonderful teacher and mentor while in junior high school in the mid 1970s, I knew architecture was my calling. I couldn’t think of anything else I wanted to do or loved other than becoming a legendary rock star (which was not highly likely).
After attending Oklahoma State University & studying Architectural Construction Technology, I transferred to the University of Oklahoma’s School of Architecture to complete my studies, grow up a little, and embark on a career in architecture.
Although I never made it as a legendary rock star, I still enjoy playing guitar, and on occasion the drums. My band these days consists of me and my granddaughter performing solo gigs in my home studio. In her eyes, I am a rock star.
Along with music, I enjoy competitive shooting sports and cooking for family and friends. A lot of my spare time is spent watching our oldest son peddle his drag car down the race track and watching our granddaughter play competitive fast pitch softball.
Having more than 30 years in this profession, I am as excited about architecture today as I was back in junior high.