Notable Architectural Projects

Washington National Cathedral, Washington, DC – 2005 to 2010

Crossing Platform

• Lead the effort to design, fabricate and install the Crossing Platform.

Chapel of St. Joseph of Arimathea Mural

• Supervised the conservation of the historic altar mural in the Chapel of St. Joseph of Arimathea.

Good Shepherd Gate and Environmental Doors

• Managed the design, fabrication and installation of the Good Shepherd Wrought Metal Gate, a 1,600 lb. custom design by the artist Albert Paley, as well as supervised the design, fabrication and installation of the Good Shepherd Environmental Glass Doors.

Stone Carvings

• Directed the design and carving of several stone statues, including the Human Rights Half Boss, the Sedalia Statues and Shields, and the Mother Teresa and Rosa Parks Label Modeling Termination Stones.

Garth Columbarium

• Lead the effort to design the proposed Garth Columbarium.

Eason and Farlow Design, Chapel Hill, NC – 2003 to 2005
As a member of the liturgical design team, completed the following projects that were sympathetic to the historic structure in which they were constructed, while supporting the liturgies of contemporary Christian worship:

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Rock Creek Parish, Washington, DC (18th century)

• Designed altar, pulpit, communion rail and chapel altar.

Otey Memorial Parish, Sewanee, TN (1891)

• Designed altar, alterations to the chancel screen, and chancel layout.

All Saints’ Chapel, The University of the South, Sewanee, TN (1904/1959)

• Designed font, steps to pulpit and lectern, handicapped ramp and choir door modifications.

St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, Brevard, NC (1926)

• Designed alterations to chancel and adjacent chapel.

Christ Episcopal Church, Bradenton, FL (1957)

• Designed pulpit, alterations to chancel and cloister walk.

Hayes Barton United Methodist Church, Raleigh, NC (1939)

• Designed alterations to split chancel, pulpit, font, communion table and communion rail.

Individual Consultations – 1994 to 2003

Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Staunton, VA (1918)
  • As Junior Warden, directed the restoration of the decorative painted chancel ceiling and installation of lighting system.

Christ Episcopal Church, Roanoke, VA (1918)

  • As Associate Rector, guided the congregation through a rehabilitation of its historic 1918 chancel to reorder the liturgical space and install a new organ.

Advised several Episcopal parishes on strategies to rehabilitate portions of their historic church buildings:
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Fincastle, VA (c.1840s)
St. Aiden’s Episcopal Church, Mt. Vernon, VA (1962)
All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Norton, VA (c.1940s)
Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Bristol, VA (1920)

Frazier Associates, Staunton, VA – 1990 to 1996
  • As the Principal Historical Architect for the firm, we completed the following:

Trinity Episcopal Church, Staunton, VA (1855)

  • The 1855 Gothic-Revival church is listed on the National Register, along with a large parish hall (c.1872 & 1924) and a rectory (c.1872).
  • Prepared a historic structures report on the church property, which included:
  • Conducted research and wrote a detailed history of the church.
  • Recommended creating archives for the church’s historical records.
  • Involved a variety of consultants, including structural and mechanical engineers, stone conservators and stained glass experts, to assess  particular conditions and provide recommendations.
  • Created measured drawings of the structures, designated different categories of preservation zones, and made treatment recommendations for various materials, elements, and features.
  • Developed a space plan for future needs and an annual maintenance plan.