A collaborative and curious designer, Mark has a special interest in the integrative design of highly functional and contextually engaging civic places that enrich the vitality of their urban and campus communities. His work advocates for progressive communities which integrate community life, infrastructure, and environment in a functional, human centered design approach. Mark earned a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Cincinnati and joined LMN in 1986. He is a frequent presenter for universities, civic and professional organizations throughout the United States.
Mark works across all of LMN’s market sectors, leading multidisciplinary teams and collaborating with other designers to elevate urban experiences. Some of Mark’s representative projects include Benaroya Hall, Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, Vancouver Convention Centre West, Cleveland Convention Center & Civic Core, Foster School of Business at the University of Washington, Sound Transit University of Washington Station, Washington State Convention Center Summit Building, and the Seattle Aquarium Ocean Pavilion.