Sam contributes to Shelter’s work in a variety of ways. His breadth of technical knowledge and knack for problem-solving are great assets for our team.
Sam enjoys the opportunities Shelter provides him to work on both residential and smaller-scale commercial projects. He’s particularly intrigued by the prospect of designing public-facing facilities (libraries, for example) that serve specific practical functions and provide enriching visitor experiences.
Sam’s career journey has included teaching English in rural Austria and recruiting IT professionals. At Shelter since 2020, he earned his Bachelor of Architecture degree from the School of Design at Dunwoody College of Technology in 2022.