David has grown happily into a specialization in hospitality after years of designing theaters and skyscrapers. David brings a global perspective to resort design, nurtured by a passion for drama, history, and travel. He has studied architecture in places as disparate as Muncie and London, and designed buildings in New York City, Anchorage, Alaska, and Venice, Italy. Widely recognized in the high-end hospitality field, he has been responsible for re-telling the story of historic American resorts, including The Homestead 1776 and Pinehurst Resort, through his interpretative approach to traditional design.
David received a BS and an advanced Professional Degree from the School of Architecture at Ball State University.