A Connecticut native, Kevin joined Richard Turlington Architects in the beginning of 2019. From a young age he had an interest in design, he gives credit to Lego for enticing an eager want to create. Kevin attended Roger Williams University in Rhode Island where he received both his undergraduate and graduate degree. With a sense of equanimity in mind Kevin has been a key contributor to RTA and our clients. He brings a heavy toolbelt with him to work (figuratively speaking), including strategic planning, forward thinking, parametric and information modeling, advanced visualization, algorithmic design, and effective and open communication. He is willing to lend a helping hand with a smile and takes pride in demonstrating leadership.
Outside of the office Kevin enjoys traveling and indulging in culture. He has been to 13 countries so far but is ambitious to make that number grow. When he’s not busy changing time-zones, he leads an active lifestyle whether it be going to the gym, playing a pick-up game of basketball or going for an adventurous hike. He also likes to partake in cooking, concocting beautifully designed dishes that taste as good as they look. Lastly, when its time to un-wind he enjoys reading, primarily non-fiction. A few of his favorites are “The Richest Man In Babylon” by George Clauson, “Never Split the Difference” by Chris Voss, and “Rich Dad Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki.