With over 17 years of experience in design and leadership at The Miller Hull Partnership, Brian continually works to advance projects with complex programmatic demands, rooted in a rigorous performance-based design process. As a proud advocate for groundbreaking sustainable design, Brian has been involved in numerous high-profile and complex landmark design projects where he worked with a team to develop innovative design strategies using emerging technologies. Brian believes architectural solutions should be limited to the essentials and architects should do more with less. He believes architecture should have honesty and integrity and that projects should evolve from a systems-based process driven by environmental and programmatic forces. Brian has worked with many dedicated colleagues, industry partners, professors, and students to push the boundaries of current practice and share his insights and experiences. As the design lead for many projects, Brian aims to engage with public groups and bring disparate teams together as an integrated whole to build consensus and advance the design process. In every project, Brian actively seeks input from consulting professionals to foster an integrated horizontal design team and leverage a range of options and perspectives to achieve the best possible solution. Together, we can benefit society by addressing problems faced through design.