Southwest Board Members
Laird works as an Asset Manager for Noble House, which includes development of hotels and data centers. Laird graduated from Brown University in 2006 with a degree in both Architectural Studies and History. Since then, Laird has been involved in the development community in Seattle working in financial modeling for new development, property acquisition, and project management. While working for Triad, Laird was involved in the design review process for Civic Square. He became interested in serving on the Design Review Board through that process and by talking with other developers who had served on Seattle’s Design Review Boards. Laird current lives in the Queen Anne neighborhood, but previously lived in West Seattle and knows the Southwest Board area very well.
Todd is a registered landscape architect and part of the Berger Partnership. His career has been involved with projects both in Seattle and in many other communities, including southern and northern California and British Columbia. He served as a Board member of the People for the Presidio in San Francisco. Closer to home, he has served as Director of the Seattle Architectural Foundation and is a member of the Urban Land Institute. Todd received his degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Wisconsin. His work has been focused on the re-purposing of urban landscapes, from former industrial waterfronts to alleyways. He is currently working on the Redmond Central Corridor, a plan to reclaim an abandoned rail line as a vital, life-giving pedestrian artery within the City of Redmond. He is a resident of West Seattle and looks forward to his service as a Design Review Board member as a way to connect more deeply to the community.
|T. Frick McNamara|
Position: Local Residential Representative
Term expires: April 4, 2015
T. completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Landscape Architecture at the University of Wisconsin and then journeyed to Eugene, Oregon to begin her professional career. In 2000, she moved to Seattle and worked as a Landscape Architect at The Berger Partnership and Mithun, later opening her own small design practice, studio 41. In addition, she owns and operates a retail wine shop in the West Seattle Junction, her home neighborhood. T. also served on the Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board between 2006 and 2010.
Myer, Associate AIA, LEED AP is an architectural project coordinator at Weber Thompson. Myer is dedicated to integrative design and systems thinking. He was a member of the teams that won first place in the USGBC 2008 Natural Talent Design Competition and runner-up in Metropolis Magazine's 2009 Next Generation Design Competition. He is a planning member of the Cascadia Region Green Building Council’s Emerging Green Builders and an active member of the Seattle AIA Practice/Ethics committee. He received his Master in Architecture degree at the University of Washington and his Bachelor of Science in Architecture at the University of Maryland.
Daniel is the founder of Indigo Creative Inc., an architectural design firm located in the Fauntleroy neighborhood. As a licensed Architect he has more than 25 years of experience in the Pacific Northwest region. After working for many years with a number of larger firms in Seattle he began his own practice ten years ago in order to have more direct relationships with his clients. Project experience includes custom residential, high rise and tenant improvements, retail, hospitality, speculative and industrial developments. He holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of Idaho and resides in West Seattle.
April 3, 2013