Bringing a real-world perspective to each project, Don’s career has been informed through on-the-ground experiences. After constructing homes of tires, adobe and straw bales in New Mexico and later designing and remodeling building facades and houses in hurricane-stricken Florida, he balances a broad spectrum of knowledge in construction and design. After growing up in the Midwest, Don studied architecture in Albuquerque at the University of New Mexico. Since 2005, he’s contributed to the design and development of Bozeman and Big Sky using both hammer and pencil (computer).
Inspired by the outdoors, Montana is his playground. He also enjoys making lasting memories with his son Jaxx. When he’s not in the office or on the job site, Don can be found writing or cooking in the kitchen where he fine tunes his culinary skills while sipping wine or fine, añejo tequila.