Bitten by the architecture bug as a senior in high school, Joe has been involved in construction since early in his life: brick-laying and pouring concrete with family members, building in-ground pools, and designing and building a ski chalet on raw land in the Catskill Mountains of New York at 25 years old. From there, Joe went on to work in Construction Estimating and custom-home development and construction.

“Architecture is a lifelong practice, which continues to educate me with new and emerging technologies, and continues to feed my professional growth as a practicing architect.”