Bobby is an Architectural Designer and Landscape Architect. He is passionate about placemaking through design and creating unity between indoor and outdoor spaces. These themes guide his design, and he loves the challenge of translating these concepts into construction documents. Bobby enjoys drawing and design representation with hand and digital graphic techniques.

Bobby holds a bachelor’s degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Georgia. He practiced as a Landscape Architect at Wood and Partners Inc. in Tallahassee, FL. While there, he contributed to many award-winning park and streetscape projects throughout the southeast. Notably, the 2021 Frederic B. Stresau Award for Captain Leonard Destin. Bobby is a registered Landscape Architect in Florida and a member of the Florida Chapter of ASLA.

Before moving to Washington, D.C., Bobby worked at BRW Architects in College Station, TX, while pursuing his Master’s in Architecture. During his time in graduate school at Texas A&M, Bobby won 1st Prize in the Station Zero competition for his Design of a net-zero 3D printed Concrete Building and had his drawings exhibited in the Fresh Visions Student Architecture Exhibit at the Wright Gallery at A&M. Upon graduation, Bobby received the Alpha Rho Chi award and was ranked the top student in his class.


In his free time, Bobby enjoys snowboarding and traveling with his family.