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Freelance Consulting

I have had the good fortune of working with many talented and inspiring designers, architects, and builders in Hawaii, California, Oregon, and British Columbia. Through knowledge gained from the diverse perspectives of others, and commitment to equality, I continue to evolve tools for understanding regional needs and offer my services to those seeking assistance with design and presentation for community development. However, given the influx of remote workers and disproportionate state incomes, I am reluctant to participate in projects which may inadvertently diminish the quality of life of those with long established roots within a region they, their relatives, and their ancestors are enmeshed. As we begin the inevitable shift away from a consumer based society, I respectively decline services for “luxury” projects, such as second homes, projects within exclusive communities, and commodity projects which promote travel and tourism. With that said, I understand that not everyone is in a position to make such pledges and still remain relevant within the confines of the established system — not until the alternative becomes realized by the masses. But for those who struggle with the moral dilemma of what you are contributing to your community, as opposed to what you wish you could—you should know you are not alone. The more of us who rally for zoning and policy change — within the privacy of the ballet box, or from atop a soapbox — the sooner we can start building or reclaiming sustainable communities which serve the existing residence who live, work, and contribute to the region. For those already working toward this end, let’s connect so we can continue gaining momentum toward a post-consumer reality.


  • Anthropocene.

  • Degrowth

  • Sustainable

  • Biomimetic




  • Small Home

  • Additional Dwelling Unit (ADU)

  • Shelter

  • Guest House

  • Product / Furniture

  • 3D Design (BIM / CAD)

  • Industrial design for habitation and furnishings.

  • 3D design for automation.

  • 3D printed wall units for prefab/modular construction.

  • Prefab/modular homes as standalone structures.

  • Village ​prefab/modular configurations with common areas and shared products.

  • ​Repurposed structures with common areas and shared products.

  • Environmental design with reduced hardscape, increased use of human powered transportation, and increased use of vegetation and natural elements.

  • Green roof design.

  • Consulting for alternative design, materials, and fabrication/construction methods.






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