Mark joined glaserworks in 2001 and became an Associate in 2008. He received a Bachelor of Environmental Design and a Masters of Architecture from Miami University, graduating first in class. While at Miami, he taught numerous courses in computer visualization and was the recipient of the AIA Award of Merit and the AIA Award of Honor. He is a member of the AIA and Registered Architect in Ohio.
Since joining glaserworks, Mark has worked on a broad range of projects including the University of Cincinnati Lindner Center, University of Cincinnati Marge Schott Baseball Stadium, the University of Virginia South Lawn Project, University of Santa Barbara Bioengineering, Washington University Olin Business School, and the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Mark led the design of the West Chester Public Library and the MidPointe Library Trenton Branch.
Mark is interested in all aspects of architectural design: from working out the big picture to resolving intricate details. He has a passion for exploring the interplay of light and form through the use of computer modeling visualization software.
Outside of architecture, Mark enjoys just about any outdoor activity including cycling, hiking, rock climbing, skiing, to SCUBA..