As a versatile urban designer with experience in both the public and private sector, Jeff is responsible for leading some of Perkins+Will’s largest and most complex projects – projects that demand interrelationships between disciplines and scales. He has earned a reputation for bringing a designer’s eye to intricate planning challenges, synthesizing site and architecture. He has led a diverse range of projects at all scales, from research parks and new cities to groundbreaking urban regeneration projects.
Jeff’s work is marked by inventive solutions that grow from close collaboration with clients and interdisciplinary design teams, building key moves that extend a client’s brand and mission. His extensive international experience, conceptual agility, and diplomatic approach are a unique benefit to both design teams and the clients they serve. Jeff is a noted speaker on urbanism and has presented widely on the history and evolution of research parks. He is inspired by assignments that challenge development norms and treat the city, our most durable cultural artifact, as a vehicle for telling stories about the highest aspirations of society.