Drawn in by a sense that he would fit in well with the culture, Keith joined RMW in 2019, where his instincts have proven correct. Not only does RMW allow him to focus more on architecture and less on bureaucracy due to the type of projects he gets to work on, it also fulfills his desire to work for a firm that enables him to learn and grow with the help of good people who freely share their knowledge and experience.
Keith brings humor, positive energy and a “yes we can” attitude to every project. He tries to think outside the box and approach problem-solving with unexpected solutions that may seem obvious only after the fact. An example of this that inspires him is the innovative approach taken to translate Frank Gehry’s organic metal forms into a buildable structure to create the Walt Disney Concert Hall.