Hello, my name is Thomas Brown. I’m a 34 year old architect and web designer currently living in Seattle, Washington. I call San Antonio, Texas home but I was born in the panhandle of Florida and have lived in Illinois, Tokyo, and most recently Santa Fe.
I graduated from the University of Texas, Austin in 2004 with a Bachelor of Architecture. I worked in Austin following my graduation for Page Southerland Page before moving to Seattle to take a job with the Miller Hull Partnership. At Miller Hull, I had the opportunity to work on nationally recognized projects including Safari Drive, the Kitsap County Administration Building, LOTT, and the Hands On Children’s Museum.
After six years at Miller Hull in July 2011, I made the difficult decision to leave for a smaller firm in Santa Fe, New Mexico. After almost two years working at Trey Jordan Architecture, my family and I decided to return to Seattle, Washington. I am currently working at Olson Kundig, where I have completed the new Haub Family Galleries for the Tacoma Art Museum.
I’m married to the love of my life which makes me the luckiest man on the planet.