For over 30 years, David has specialized in the design of teaching and research environments for higher education clients. He has led the design of numerous STEM (science, technology, engineering & math) projects which have fundamentally and positively transformed the environments of the campuses in which they are embedded. He is passionate about the rigorous exploration of ideas, problem solving, and creating environments which “lift up” those that inhabit them, believing that environmental stewardship, craft, and the focus of designing spaces for people, are integral to this end. Many of his projects, including the Dana Mohler-Faria Science and Mathematics Center at Bridgewater State University; the Center for Biotechnology and Life Sciences and the College of Pharmacy buildings at the University of Rhode Island; and the Don & Cathy Jacobs Science Building at the University of Kentucky, have been recognized with numerous design awards from both academic and architectural organizations.