AIA, LEED AP, EcoDistricts AP, LFA
Ian works with community members, institutions, and developers to document, certify, and advance high performance sustainable building projects. He is driven to continuously learn new things and expand upon a wide range of interdisciplinary interests. With an early background in mathematics, Ian emphasizes quantitative data and analysis to establish a logical design process that is integrated with certification frameworks and benchmarking. Past projects include consulting and architectural work for Living Building Challenge and LEED buildings including the Gateway Arch Museum expansion, Jan Phillips Learning Center, and Voney Art Studio, in St. Louis, MO, while living in the city for nearly ten years. In addition, he has been a past course instructor and guest critique at Washington Universities School of Architecture, and presented to classes as an ambassador for the International Living Futures Institute.
Ian received a Master of Architecture from Washington University in St. Louis. His certifications include registration as an Architect in the state of New York, LEED AP (BD+C), EcoDistricts AP, and Living Futures Accreditation. Ian previously spent a year as an Outreach Student at Auburn University’s Rural Studio Design/Build Program and completed a double Bachelor’s of Architectural Studies and Applied Mathematics at Hobart and William Smith Colleges.