After graduating from the Tulane School of Architecture in ’86, where he studied for his third year at the Architectural Association in London, Chris has practiced in the Boston area. Currently a principal with the international design firm Sasaki, his clients are primarily colleges and universities. His master planning and architecture projects focus mostly on athletics, recreation, and wellness design, and he presents ideas on these subjects regularly at national conferences. He is certified by NCARB, a LEED AP, and a licensed architect in multiple states. Chris lives in Concord, Massachusetts, with his wife Ann, a Marketing Director with a local children’s museum, and their two children. Their son is a junior in the business school at Tulane, currently completing a semester in Hong Kong, and their daughter is a freshman studying design at the University of Washington in Seattle.