Bryce grew up in southern Louisiana gaining an extensive hands on background in the construction industry. This gave him a deep appreciation for the process of design and construction. Bryce received a Masters of Architecture degree from Louisiana State University in 2011. While in school, Bryce was the recipient of several design awards and the AIA Henry Adams Award in recognition of his scholastic achievement, character, leadership, and promise of high professional ability. Bryce currently serves as a guest critic at Louisiana State University’s School of Architecture.
Since joining DNA in 2012, Bryce has received his architectural license and managed many projects ranging from large scale industrial to single family residential. He brings his proficiency of Building Information Modeling Software (BIM) to every project he is involved with and is very excited about all the possibilities that BIM has to offer. Bryce’s uses the firm’s workshop as a tool to investigate different means and methods of construction and fabrication. This allows him to have a better understanding of the intricate details that make each project unique.
At DNA, he continues to work on all phases of the design, fabrication, and construction process and looks forward to each new project for its own unique set of opportunities. His interests include how we interact with the built environment and the way in which we design can change our daily life.