Bryan’s work as architect and project manager is focused on projects in historic contexts. He has significantly contributed to historic preservation, restoration, and rehabilitation projects for clients that include the US Capitol, National Archives, Smithsonian Institution, and National Park Service, as well as for numerous cultural institutions and educational campuses. As GWWO’s historic preservation specialist, he serves as a firm-wide resource for all aspects of historic architecture and preservation.
Bryan has moderated panel discussions at Preservation Maryland conferences, spoken at the Association for Preservation Technology (APT) DC spring symposium, and currently serves as a Vice President on the APT DC Board of Directors. He received his Bachelor of Architecture in historic preservation from Goucher College and Master of Architecture degree from the University of Florida.
If you weren’t an architect, what would you be?
Favorite thing about Baltimore?
The rich diversity of architectural styles spanning three centuries, including a huge array of historic structures.