LEED AP BD+C
David's work with KSP includes a wide range of projects for non-profit, government, and private clients. His analytic, problem-solving approach to architecture turns complexity into opportunities for richer, more engaged, and meaningful design.
His main professional interests concern the impact of architecture on the public and the economy. At KSP, he helps lead the firm’s pro bono practice, developing local and global partnerships that address community needs and humanitarian causes.
Outside of work, he volunteers for AIA Chicago’s “Architects in Schools Program,” which introduces CPS middle school students to architecture. He is a frequent writer and an editor of Perspecta 54: The Yale Architectural Journal, published by MIT Press in 2021.
David enjoys playing music, cheering for Everton F.C. in the English Premier League, and hanging out with his German Shepherd, Indy.
Yale School of Architecture, Masters of Architecture
Yale College, B.A., Political Science and Architecture, summa cum laude