The documentation of buildings is the cornerstone of my business. I began work as an architectural historian and preservation consultant in 1994. I established my independent office in early 1997 after receiving my Master of Architecture from the University of Kansas. Since then, I have focused primarily on Midwestern buildings and communities. I have a firm knowledge of local American architectural styles and history.
My business is small and I do not accept more work than I can manage. This allows me to give my clients the attention they deserve, completing projects in a thorough and timely manner. My ability to devote my attention to a limited number of projects at one time has led to successful liaisons with several Midwestern cities, the Kansas and Missouri Historic Preservation offices and many preservation organizations.
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Working as an architectural historian, researcher
and preservation consultant since 1994.
I LOVE WHAT I DO!
Let my enthusiasm
work for you!