Since venturing to Seattle from Montana in 1983, Greg has pursued architecture with the belief that even the smallest project can have a profound impact on the people who experience it and the place where it is located. His collaborative approach to design is central to engaging clients and colleagues, and underlies the successful execution of each project.
When not working or off having adventures with his wife and two sons, Greg is dedicated to community involvement. He has served on the board of directors for Hilltop Children’s Center, a progressive child-development center in Seattle, as well as on the board of the Queen Anne Community Council and as vice-chair for its Land Use Review Committee.
Prior to cofounding BjarkoSerra Architects in 1992, he gained experience at Northwest firms working on a variety of private, public and commercial projects, including residences, financial and religious institutions, and health-care and retail facilities.
Licensed Architect, State of Washington
American Institute of Architects member
Bachelor of Architecture, Montana State University, 1983