David’s grandfather attended Parsons School of Design and encouraged him to draw ever since he could remember, but it was at the age of 13 after helping a neighbor build his house from the ground up, that David decided a career in architecture was for him. Growing up in Troy, New York, he benefited from visiting numerous influential and inspiring buildings in Boston, Montreal and Manhattan. Twenty five years later, he has worked in Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York and San Francisco and recently relocated to Sacramento. Now centrally located in NorCal, he is looking forward to exploring the great outdoors from the ocean to mountains hopefully by piloting his own plane one day. From years of mentoring secondary school students in New York and Los Angeles, he looks forward to being involved in the ACE Mentor Program of Sacramento.
Bachelor of Architecture
Syracuse University School of Architecture