Max combines contextual cues and user needs to develop responsive, holistic spaces. He enjoys exploring ideas and options through hand sketching and model making, and strives to create spaces that are both practical and intuitive. Max’s love of travel, studies abroad, and his early exposure to the field through his father (who is also an architect) inform his exploratory and inquisitive design approach. Max has engaged in a wide range of projects types from concept to construction, such as nursing schools, higher education environments, tech workplaces, and speculative core and shell developments. He earned his Bachelor of Architecture at the University of Oregon and achieved his architecture licensure four years later.