Paul is a designer in the Pasadena office with a creative career that spans more than 34 years. His design experience covers nearly every type of project, both in the U.S. and around the world. Paul’s mantra is simple, but meaningful. As he puts it: “design excellence is essential for any building type,” and for Paul this covers a multitude of project types: healthcare, civic and justice, higher education, commercial, aviation, cultural and mixed-use. He has won numerous project awards including design awards for the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles, LAX Air Cargo Building ‘A’ and the LAPD Metro Jail.
Recently, he led the design on two high-profile projects which have been frequently published and have won prestigious, national awards: The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, California Health Care Facility (CHCF) in Stockton, CA. and Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton in Oceanside, CA.
Paul keeps grounded by living outside the city on a small ranch, caring for his horses and dogs and helping his wife rescue and foster animals. He also has been known to go fly fishing on occasion.