Born and raised in Columbia, Maryland, Jack joined Utile in July 2017 as an architectural intern through Northeastern’s co-op program. Currently completing his fifth year, Jack is working toward his Bachelor of Science in Architecture with a minor in Urban Landscape Studies. Through his prior work at Northeastern University and William Rawn Associates and his current work here at Utile, his hope is to continue his lifelong dream to create a cross-disciplinary architecture that elicits dialogue, one that engages art, technology, sustainability, politics, economics, and history to generate a new and enriching human experience. If he’s not in the office working on the Autodesk Build Space Expansion in Boston’s Innovation and Design Center, there’s no telling where you’ll find him. He is constantly exploring his interests in theatre, photography, design, music, food, art, and at any moment can be found wandering the streets in the beautiful city of Boston. Unlike any other discipline, architecture has the ability to shape and define the way we see the world around us and his passion is to improve lives through architecture and design – and to have fun while doing so.