Stewart brings 18 years of diverse experience to WRNS, with projects spanning the cultural, commercial and education sectors. For Stewart, successful design connects with both our culture and our needs, while finding balance between the two. Stewart earned his BA in Architecture at the University of Washington, and completed his graduate studies at the University of Oregon, where he earned his Master of Architecture degree. Upon graduating, Stewart returned to Seattle where he worked as a Project Architect for Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architects. Stewart left the Pacific Northwest for New York, where he led the design and planning of performing arts, broadcast, media and cultural arts projects as a Senior Project Architect with Kostow Greenwood Architects. Prior to joining WRNS, Stewart worked on commercial and civic projects at Gensler in San Francisco, including the new headquarters for Dolby Laboratories and SFO Terminal 3.