Doug received a Bachelor of Science degree from Washington State University in 1993 and a Bachelor of Architecture in 1994.
After a quick stint working for Bassetti Architects in downtown Seattle he hopped on a bus and moved sight unseen to New York City. Doug briefly interned
for the Polshek Partnership before settling in at the firm of Robin Guenther and John Petrarca, a small group practicing out
of TriBeCa that focused on TI, Residential Conversions, Health Care and Sustainability. In addition to interning as an
architect he moonlighted as a musician and tackled the local NYC club scene as a bass player in a modestly fortuitous indi-pop rock band.
After returning home to his native Pacific Northwest, Doug joined the Miller Hull Partnership in November of 1998. His responsibilities
were split between being a staff Architect and helping the Miller Hull Partnership further embrace new technologies. As the firm
grew from 23 people, a few workstations and 1 server so too did his roles and responsibilities. Doug was named an associate in 2005.
In addition to managing Miller Hull’s IT infrastructure, Doug leads in-house roundtable discussions that focus on graphic communications.
He designed and maintains the M|H website, co-managed the layout and content production for Miller Hull’s latest monograph, “Public Works,”
and frequently provides graphic and design support to project teams and marketing efforts.