In school, Seth's projects were memorable because he gave his work an eloquent narrative, whether the assignment be to design a tractor museum or a custom built furniture piece. After graduating with degrees from both Texas A&M and University of Texas, he has spent the last 10 years working at high-profile NYC architecture firms. He has a wealth of good advice to give younger architects: make yourself seen and heard, be engaging, and you don't have to have all the answers when you start out. His story is an inside look at the daily life of an architect and what it takes to get there.
Photo Gallery of Seth’s studio work while a student at Texas A&M >>