Michael has a Master of Architecture from the University of Houston, where he was a Teaching Assistant in Architectural History survey courses, as well as in the History of Modern Architecture. He is also a graduate of Washington and Lee University with a Bachelor of Arts in Art History and Spanish. At W&L, he was awarded the Doyon Prize for Art Historical Writing. The new residence for his parents marks Michael's first major design project on his own. Michael has gained valuable experience through his work with highly regarded Houston firms Robertson Design and Logan and Johnson Architecture. Prior to and throughout graduate school, Michael also assisted his mother Catherine in her construction projects. Michael has a sharp eye and a thoughtful process. His design training has bent toward the contemporary, but he is never unmindful of history and remains dedicated to the pursuit of timeless solutions. Michael is a lifelong fan of design, and his exposure to art and interior decor bolsters his ability to create elegant backdrops for our clients' lifestyles.