Tim is a proud, native Washingtonian born and raised in Spokane. His career in architecture began on the east side of the state, where he earned a BArch from WSU. Tim describes himself as a “Recovering Architect.” The past 25 years he’s focused on the application of technology to the practice of architecture and currently oversees the technology group at GGLO.
Tim is interested in how knowledge management enables GGLO to create the best possible projects for clients.
A huge Seahawk football fan, Tim also enjoys two-wheeled transit: motorcycle touring around the western US, and bicycling around the Puget Sound. His influences include Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Kahn, Arthur Erickson, Richard Meyer, and Santiago Calatrava.