- Sixth-generation Washingtonian. St. Albans School (1954) + Princeton University cum laude (1958) + Princeton University School of Architecture (1960)
- Arthur Cotton Moore/Associates, 1965 to date
- Recipient of over 70 Design Awards + two American Institute of Architects National Honor Awards + American Institute of Architects/American Library Association National Honor Award + two Architectural Record Magazine Residential Design Awards
- Travelled to over 100 countries, several multiple times, to study and photograph Architecture/Urban Design/ Waterfronts, establishing an extensive archive of world architecture
- Served on design honor award juries throughout the country: regional and state AIA programs + the National AIA Honor Award Program + the National Progressive Architecture Magazine Design Award Jury + the National Architectural Record Magazine Residential Honor Awards Jury + National Design Competitions
- Work published in over 2,600 articles in magazines + newspapers + books throughout the United States, France, Sweden, Germany, Japan, Italy, Spain, South Korea, England, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Australia, and Denmark
- Projects in group architectural exhibitions at Cooper-Hewitt Museum + Columbia University’s Center for the Study of American Architecture +
Columbia University’s Avery Library Centennial Archive Exhibition,"Contemporary Architectural Drawings."
- For the Department of the Interior, analyzed 80 downtown waterfronts in general and six in depth, resulting in publication of "Bright Breathing Edges of City Life: Amenity Benefits of Urban Water Resources."
- Authored Master Plans for Economic Development for 38 cities across the country.
- "The Guest Lecture" at Trinity College, Dublin (1979)
- "The Henry Hornbostel Memorial Lecture" at Carnegie-Mellon University (1982)
- "A Retrospective" on the 20th anniversary of ACM/A, The Hirshhorn Museum (1985)
- The Smithsonian Institution
"The Architecture of the Absurd," a four part series (1978)
"Buildings Reborn" (1979)
"Squabbles in the City" (1982)
"Residential Architecture" (1982)
"Tour of ACM/A Work" (1985)
- Institute for Urban Design, Fifth International Conference on Urban Design, New York (1983)
- Delivered Lectures across the country at university schools of architecture + landscape architecture + AIA conferences + associations + magazine seminars.
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