Geoffrey applies his ardor of architecture to every opportunity in an effort to improve the world in which he lives.
With over 15 years of professional design experience, Geoffrey approaches his work with a passion and drive to not only produce the best work that he can, but to push the boundaries and limits of those around him. Early in his career he was afforded the opportunity to work on projects of a large scale including The New Indianapolis Airport, The Palladium Center for the Performing Arts, and the Cummins LiveWell Center. This early experience on large projects imprinted on him how critical it was to be able to learn and adapt quickly and was a realization that no matter how large the project, a building’s success really is in the details.
Geoffrey is deeply involved in the local and state chapters of the AIA and took over as the Director of the Excellence in Architecture Program for AIA Indianapolis in 2015. He is a 2020 graduate of the Christopher Kelley Leadership Development Program, a rigorous national program with a growing number of state cohorts that develops core professional skills including entrepreneurship, firm management, client development, and community leadership. He was nominated by his peers and served as the Programs Executive Vice President for the 2022 Indiana cohort.
He believes strongly that it is the responsibility of all architects to ensure that our contributions to the built environment improve the quality of place and the lives of those around us. He is committed to the advocacy and practice of Sustainable Design across the entire spectrum of the practice and is dedicated to pushing exploring new technology and products to understand how they can make both ourselves and our building’s smarter and better integrated within today’s complex, global society.