A native of Raleigh, North Carolina, Jonathan has over 20 years of professional experience practicing and teaching architecture in a diverse array of places including New York, Boston, Seoul, and Portland. As an architect he has led the design effort on a wide range of project types and scales, including institutional, commercial, and residential, with a particular focus on creating enduring buildings for colleges and universities. His portfolio of educational projects includes work for leading institutions around the country, from Princeton to Portland State, from the University of Virginia to the University of Hawaii.
Jonathan received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Virginia and a Master of Architecture from Yale University, where he was awarded the William Wirt Winchester Traveling Fellowship, considered the school’s most prestigious honor.
Jonathan is a registered architect in the state of Oregon. He currently serves as an Adjunct Professor of Architecture at Portland State University.
Master of Architecture, Yale University, 1999
Bachelor of Science in Architecture, University of Virginia, 1992
LEED AP 2008-present
Yost Grube Hall Architecture. Associate Principal, Project Designer 2006 – 2012
Opsis Architecture. Project Architect, Designer 2005
Schwartz/Silver Architects. Intern Architect, Designer 2000 – 2004
Turner Brooks Architects. Intern Architect, Designer 1996 – 1999 (summers)
Ryall Porter Architects. Intern Architect, Designer 1993 – 1994
Adjunct Professor, Portland State University School of Architecture, 2012 – present
Design Studio Instructor, Kyonggi University Graduate School of Architecture, 2004
Design Studio Instructor, Ewha Women’s University School of Architecture, 2004
Design Studio Instructor, Boston Architectural College, 2003