Team Member News

We are pleased to announce that Sara Patrick successfully completed the Architectural Registration Exam and is now a licensed architect! Sara has been with our firm for over eight years in the Philadelphia office and has served as Project Architect for many of our significant projects including the Anne d’Harnoncourt Sculpture Garden and Parking Facility at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and Brown Hall at Princeton University, both of which received awards for their design. She is currently working on renovations to Dillon Gymnasium at Princeton University and a Master Plan for Old City.

We have two recent additions to our staff in Santa Fe: Evan Geisler joined our firm as a Senior Project Manager following several years working in Asia. With over 14 years of experience, his career began in Los Angeles in a residential design-build practice focused on the restoration of high-end historic homes. For six years, he was principal of his design-build firm in LA continuing in the practice of historic home restoration as well as ground up high-end residential and commercial boutiques. Beginning in 2009 he switched his focus to hospitality and international retail projects. Evan received a Bachelor of Architecture from the Southern California Institute of Architecture and a Master of Science in Real Estate from the University of Hong Kong. He is currently working on the design of renovations and additions to Los Poblanos, an historic inn and organic farm near Albuquerque, NM as well as a 41 home development project for Santo Domingo Pueblo, NM. His most recently completed project, SMU Student Center in Taos, is projected to attain LEED Silver.

Miriam Diddy joined the firm earlier this year with a degree in Environmental Planning and Design from the University of New Mexico. Her prior experience includes work at her mother’s interior design firm, Beverly Diddy Designs. Since joining our firm, Miriam has supported marketing and graphic production and has worked on a preservation plan for Las Vegas NM City Hall and new housing for Santo Domingo Pueblo. She has also worked on GIS mapping for the Pueblo de Cochiti Plaza Revitalization Plan and Kewa Pueblo Historic Building Inventory. Miriam is a member of the Navajo Nation with additional family roots in the Hopi Tribe.

Mason Lehman joined the Philadelphia office at the beginning of the summer. He has experience in all phases of design including hand sketching, schematic digital models, and construction documents. Mason is currently working on renovations to the Music Department at the University of Delaware as well as renovations to the Academy of Music in Philadelphia. Mason graduated from North Carolina State University with a Bachelor’s of Architecture and a Bachelor’s of Environmental Design in Architecture.