Jeff received a M Arch from Yale University and a B Arch from Pratt Institute.
He completed his apprenticeship in the office of Gwathmey Siegel and Associates and enjoyed a professional career at Skidmore Owings and Merrill, Gensler and most recently at Adamson Associates, where he worked on the MoMA tower and other projects in New York and Toronto in collaboration with architects Norman Foster, Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers.
An architect contributes to the physical fabric and context of local neighborhoods and should take environmental and ethical steps that recognize the way materials are manufactured, shipped and installed for the sake of a better, just and healthier environment.
Jeff lives with his wife Ann on Shelter Island, New York and New York City. He is an avid runner and loves books, and books about books.