Greg joined NK Architects after graduating from Pennsylvania State University’s Bachelor of Architecture program, where he also earned minors in Architectural History and Residential Construction. In his final year, he won first prize in Penn State’s annual BIM Collaborative Studio for his project focusing on disaster relief in Muncy, PA. Greg spent three years designing Net-Zero residential structures for Penn State’s Race to Zero team, a student competition run by the Department of Energy. The team’s projects earned honors at the national level, and one project is currently under construction. He hopes to bring his passion for sustainability and zero energy structures to the team at NK.
Greg is beginning his path to becoming a licensed architect and recently relocated from the suburban Boston area to Brooklyn. Growing up in Boston, he roots passionately for the Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics and Bruins, an opinion that is wildly unpopular with his New York coworkers. In his free time, he enjoys exploring the different coffee joints Brooklyn has to offer, drawing, exercising and watching sports. The only bad part about his relocation is being so far from his German shepherd back home.