Peter began his journey into the built environment by interning at a firm in Seattle. This rewarding experience allowed him to explore how the design process unfolds. In tandem, he attended Washington State University, earning a Master of Architecture. After graduating, he spent over a decade working on diverse project types at an architectural firm in Seattle. With encouragement and support from leadership, he quickly gained new responsibilities to run large projects, using each challenge as a teaching moment. He is passionate about collaborating, solving complex design problems, and exploring the unique ways designers can change and improve the built environment.
In 2023, he joined Weber Thompson as a Project Manager on Lincoln Phase 2, an affordable housing project in Tacoma. He’s looking forward to working on projects driven by principled design with an engaged, passionate team. Finding inspiration from his travels, he enjoys seeing how people create a sense of place in other regions and climates, both thoughtfully planned and even forgotten or neglected spaces.
On the weekends, when he’s not traveling, Peter loves cooking a delicious breakfast from scratch and enjoying a strong cup of coffee before getting his hands dirty in the garden.
Washington State University, Master of Architecture