Design Review - Boards & Staff

Boards

Design Review Boards District MapThe city is divided into eight geographic districts. Each district has its own designated Design Review Board, made up of volunteer members who are appointed by the Mayor and City Council. The 5 seats on each board represent the following interests: 1 design seat, 2 community / residential seats, 1 development seat, and 1 business / landscape design seat.

Board Members by District

Ronquesha Ingram

Ronquesha Ingram

Position: Local Community Representative
Term: First - Term Expires: April 3, 2023

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Ronquesha is a tutor and childcare provider living in the Central District. She has experience in housing and land development, previously working in the multifamily leasing industry as a Leasing Manager and as an Interim Assistant General Manager at Campus Advantage in North Carolina. Ronquesha attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She enjoys working with local community led non-profits which support children and families and has a great appreciation for architecture and design that enhance the functionality of communities.

Ana Garcia

Ana Garcia

Position: Landscape Design Representative
Term: First - Term Expires: April 3, 2023

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Ana is a trained Landscape Architect and works as a Designer at Gustafson Guthrie Nichol. Her work focuses on institutional, corporate, and civic projects. Prior to moving to Seattle, Ana was a consultant and design team member at the Office of James Burnett, working on corporate landscape projects, and has additional professional experience at architecture and landscape architecture firms in Massachusetts and Hawaii. Ana earned Bachelor of Arts degrees in architectural studies and Latin American studies at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in New York and a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. She lives in Ballard.

Jeffrey Floor

Jeffrey Floor

Position: Design Professional Representative
Term: Second - Term expires: April 3, 2022

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Jeffrey is an Architect at LMN Architects. His nearly 30 years of experience as a manager and project architect have included multifamily, single-family, civic, educational, and hospitality projects. He completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at the University of Utah before earning a Certificate of Urban Design and a Master of Architecture from the University of Washington. Mr. Floor has lived in the Central District for the past 23 years. During this time, he has become involved in community life by serving as the chair of the Central Area Land Use Review Committee and has participated in the Central Area Collaborative which worked to develop the Central Area Design Guidelines.

Sharon Khosla

Sharon Khosla

Position: Local Residential Representative
Term: Second - Term expires: April 3, 2022

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Sharon is a principal at Fivedot Architects where she oversees public and non-profit work. Her background is in architecture that specializes in public, civic work, and non-profit community healthcare clinics. She holds a Master of Architecture from the University of Washington and a Bachelor of Arts from Lehigh University. She has served her community extensively by serving on the Southeast Design Review Board and the Central Area Land Use Review Committee, and chaired the Central Area Collaborative that developed the Central Area Design Guidelines. Ms. Khosla lives in the Central Area with her family.

Vacant

Position: Development Representative

Ed Palushock

Ed Palushock

Position: Design Professional Representative
Term: Second - Term expires: April 3, 2022

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Ed is a licensed Architect at Perkins+Will where he works on the design of institutional, commercial, office, and multifamily residential developments. He holds a master's degree in architecture from the Southern California Institute of Architecture and a bachelor's degree in architecture from Syracuse University. Ed lives in the Arbor Heights neighborhood in Southwest Seattle. He is affiliated with the U.S. Green Building Council and American Institute of Architects, and has served as a Steering Committee member at United Way King County, a guest architecture critic at the UW and WSU Schools of Architecture, and on the Board of Directors at the Baltimore Architecture Foundation and American Architecture Foundation.

Aaron Luoma

Aaron Luoma

Position: Landscape Design Representative
Term: Second - Term expires: April 3, 2022

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Aaron is a Landscape Architect at Hough Beck & Baird Inc. His projects are mostly public and include small pocket parks, higher education institutions, and large-scale infrastructure projects. He is also a lecturer at the University of Washington. Aaron received a master's degree in landscape architecture and a historic preservation certificate from the University of Washington and a bachelor's degree in landscape architecture from the University of Idaho. His extensive public service commitments include serving on the Seattle Landmarks Historic Preservation Board for 8 years, first as a Get Engaged member and later as board chair.

Matthew Bissen

Matthew Bissen

Position: Local Residential Representative
Term: First - Term Expires: April 3, 2023

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Matthew is a Registered Architect and Senior Project Designer at Integrus Architecture where he is the Lead Designer on civic and educational projects. Previously, he worked as an Architect and Director of Design and Research at McGranahan Architects in Tacoma and as the Lead Project Architect at Ennead Architects in New York City. Matthew's education includes a Bachelor of Arts degree in architectural studies from the University of Washington, a Master of Architecture degree from Parsons in New York, and a Master of Philosophy degree in geography from City University of New York. He has additionally completed a Sustainable Design Advisor certificate and a Construction Management certificate. Matthew has served as academic faculty at multiple institutions, including the University of Washington, Parsons, and Hunter College, teaching design, planning, and studio courses. He lives in Downtown Seattle.

Carey Dagliano

Carey Dagliano

Position: Development Representative
Term: First - Term expires: April 3, 2023

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Carey is a Senior Project Manager at NBBJ. She has been practicing architecture for over twenty years, having previously worked as a Project Manager at Weber Thompson, Rohleder Borges Architects, and Tyler Engle Architects in Seattle, in addition to owning her own company, Graham Street Studio. Her current professional focus is highrise development and the study of commercial real estate development. Throughout her career, Carey has designed highrise commercial office campus projects, large-scale mixed-use market rate housing, affordable housing, and commercial projects. Carey earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute followed by a Commercial Real Estate Certificate from the University of Washington. She lives on Beacon Hill.

Jason Henderson

Jason Henderson

Position: Local Community Representative
Term: First - Term Expires: April 3, 2023

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Jason is a Development Manager at BMGI, where he is tasked with managing several joint ventures, modeling valuations for all property types, development, and acquisition due diligence, and assisting with strategy, value enhancement, and various property initiatives. Prior to moving to Seattle, he was a Project Manager at Travis Hyde Properties in New York, performing construction, development, acquisition, and asset management duties. Jason has worked on different project types and scales, including office, single-family, multifamily, mixed-use, and historic renovation across the country. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics at State University of New York before pursuing a master's degree in professional studies focusing on real estate from Cornell University. He lives in the Denny Triangle neighborhood.

Emily van Geldern

Emily van Geldern

Position: Landscape Design Representative
Term: First - Term expires: April 3, 2022

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Emily is a certified Landscape Architect and Project Manager at Site Workshop in Seattle. Previously, she was employed at Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects PC and Ennead Architects, both in New York City. Emily holds a bachelor's degree in urban design and architectural studies from New York University and a Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania, in addition to a Certificate in Horticulture from the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Emily lives in the Madrona neighborhood.

Gina Gage

Gina Gage

Position: Design Professional Representative
Term: First - Term expires: April 3, 2023

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Gina is a Registered Architect with nearly ten years of professional experience. She currently works as a Project Manager and Project Architect at Hybrid architecture, focusing on multifamily projects. She is additionally a small business owner of Yes Architecture, which specializes in backyard cottages, single-family residences, interior renovation, residential small lot development, and feasibility studies. Previously, Gina was an Architect at Perkins+Will in Seattle, and Behnisch Architekten and Hermann + Oettl Architects, both in Munich. Her career has focused on design-centric roles, including city design and land use approvals, design development and construction documents, and public and private projects. Gina earned a Bachelor of Science degree in geobiology at the California Institute of Technology, followed by a Master of Architecture degree from Washington University. She lives in the Admiral neighborhood.

Michael Cannon

Michael Cannon

Position: Local Residential Representative
Term: First - Term expires: April 3, 2023

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Michael is an Urban Designer and a Licensed Landscape Architect with over 30 years of international and domestic experience. He is currently a Senior Associate at VIA Architecture where his work includes providing design leadership on landscape, site planning, and urban design projects. Prior to VIA, he was the Landscape Architecture Director at CIVITAS Urban Design & Planning in Vancouver BC, and a senior Associate and Landscape Architect in various firms in different west coast cities. Michael earned a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree from the University of Oregon followed by a Master of Urban Planning and a Certificate in Urban Design from the University of Washington. He lives in Capitol Hill.

Christopher Bendix

Christopher Bendix

Position: Development Representative
Term: First - Term expires: April 3, 2023

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Christopher is a project developer at Mercy Housing Northwest, where he works on publicly funded affordable mixed-use and multifamily housing developments in and around Seattle. He has previously worked in the roles of Associate Project Developer and Project Assistant. Christopher's responsibilities include financial analysis, site selection, design development, construction management, financial closing, lease-up, and financial conversion. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in philosophy at Whitman College before earning a Master of City and Regional Planning at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He lives in Columbia city.

Andrew Haas

Andrew Haas

Position: Community Representative
Term: Second - Term expires: April 3, 2022

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Andrew works as a Project Manager and Ecologist at Seattle City Light, implementing the fish and aquatic measures required by Seattle's FERC License for operating Boundary Dam on the Pend Oreille River in eastern Washington. He previously worked for Snohomish County as Principal Habitat Specialist and the Tulalip Tribes as an Ecologist. Andrew has lived in the Capitol Hill neighborhood for the past 25 years and is active in the community. His educational background includes a MA in public administration from the University of Washington and BS in environmental studies and BA in economics. He also served as the Chair of the Snohomish Basin Salmonid Recovery Technical Committee for a decade and their ran monthly stakeholder meetings, which were open to the public, so he has extensive experience in the forum of public meetings.

Maggie Honig

Maggie Honig

Position: Get Engaged
Term: First - Term expires: September 1, 2021

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Maggie is a civil design engineer at Magnusson Klemencic Associates, where her work includes site utility and stormwater design, site plan preparation, and strategic water planning. Previously, she worked as an environmental analyst at S.E. Minor and Co. and additionally performed academic research focusing on environmental science issues. Maggie earned a Bachelor of Environmental Studies degree from Binghamton University before completing a Master of Civil and Environmental Engineering degree from the University of Washington. She lives in Madison Park.

Katherine Liss

Katherine Liss

Position: Landscape Design Representative
Term: First - Term expires: April 2, 2022

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Katherine is a landscape architect with 10 years of professional experience. She is currently employed at Gustafson Guthrie Nichol in Seattle, and previously worked at Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates in Brooklyn, New York. She has worked on a variety of project types, including public parks, residential developments, corporate headquarters, and streetscapes, and is tasked with overseeing projects through from design to construction. Katherine earned a Bachelor of Sciences in Landscape Architecture from the University of Connecticut. She lives in the Roosevelt neighborhood.

Dan Rusler

Dan Rusler

Position: Design Professional Representative
Term: Second - Term expires: April 3, 2022

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Dan Rusler is a licensed Architect at Workshop AD, a small design firm with projects spanning a wide range of geographies and scales. He was previously a project designer at Mithun Inc. Dan has experience in teaching architecture at the University of Oregon as a design studio mentor and at Washington State University as a visiting instructor in the School of Design and Construction. He has been a visiting critic locally at Cornish College of the Arts and the Art Institute of Seattle. Dan earned a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Oregon after he received an Architectural Technology Diploma from the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology. He is involved with the local community through youth hockey coaching and serves on the Hearing, Speech, and Deaf Center's PTA. He lives in Seattle's North Beach neighborhood with his wife and three young children.

Manuel Castaneda

Manuel Castaneda

Position: Local Community Representative
Term: First - Term expires: April 3, 2023

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Manuel is a Registered Architect with nearly ten years of experience in mixed-use, multifamily, educational, civic, and health care projects, and is currently employed at The Miller Hull Partnership. He has previously worked as an Architect and Associate at b9 Architects in Seattle, as well as at KDF Architecture and Traho Architects in Yakima. Manuel earned a Bachelor of Science degree in architecture from Washington State University and a Master of Architecture degree from the Pratt Institute. He lives in Meadowbrook.

Christian Gunter

Christian Gunter

Position: Development Representative
Term: First - Term expires: April 3, 2022

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Christian is the Senior Vice President of Development at Alexandria Real Estate. Prior to this role, Christian was the Vice President of Skanska Commercial Development, where he was responsible for all aspects of development for the Seattle office, including acquisition, project vision, entitlements, design and construction management, marketing, community outreach, leasing, and project divestment. Previously, Christian held leadership roles as Sellen Construction and Bentall Kennedy after starting his career in public policy as a legislative aide and senior legislative assistant. Christian earned a bachelor's degree in political science from Whitworth University and a Master of Public Administration from the University of Washington. He lives in the View Ridge neighborhood.

Tim Carter

Tim Carter

Position: Local Residential Representative
Term: Second - Term expires: April 3, 2023

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Tim is a Registered Architect and founding principal of Cone Architecture. He has professional experience designing and permitting large-scale multifamily projects. Originally a designer of townhomes and K-12 schools, Cone has in recent years shifted to larger scale multi-family developments. Mr. Carter lives in the Maple Leaf neighborhood. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of South Carolina and a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Washington. His 18 years of experience have been primarily in the Seattle area, with a residency in Hawaii.

Penn DiJulio

Penn DiJulio

Position: Development Representative
Term: First - Term expires: April 3, 2022

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Penn is a Senior Development Manager at Touchstone Development with almost 15 years of experience working in construction and project management in the greater Puget Sound region. His work involves all aspects of the development process, from acquisition to project closeout and transition. Penn's work experience includes urban development, hospitality, mixed-use, multifamily, and single-family residential development. Penn holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy from the University of Washington and a certificate from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He lives in the Ravenna neighborhood.

Phoebe Bogert

Phoebe Bogert

Position: Landscape Design Representative
Term: Second - Term expires: April 3, 2023

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Phoebe is a licensed Landscape Architect with ten years of experience working in the Northwest. She is currently a Principal at PLACE. The projects she has worked on vary in scale from grassroots work with local, traditionally underserved communities, public engagement focused projects, and design innovation. Phoebe lives in Phinney Ridge. She earned a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from the University of Washington and a Bachelor of Arts in Art and Environmental Studies from Pitzer College Claremont in California.

Brian Johnson

Brian Johnson

Position: Local Community Representative
Term: First - Term expires: April 3, 2022

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Brian is a licensed architect with over 10 years of experience. He currently works as a Project Architect at Environmental Works in Seattle, focusing on large multifamily residential structures intended for low-income and elderly residents, as well as those requiring memory care. Previously, Brian worked for b9 Architects as a Project Manager and Project Architect. Over his career, the projects Brian has worked on range in scale from single-family residences to mixed-use multifamily housing. Brian earned a bachelor's degree in architectural studies from Washington State University and a Master of Architecture from the University of Illinois. He lives in the Whittier Heights neighborhood.

Lauren Rock

Lauren Rock

Position: Local Residential Representative
Term: Second - Term expires: April 3, 2022

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Lauren is a licensed Architect at Weinstein A+U. She has previously worked at the DLR Group here in Seattle, and Brereton Architects and Arcsine Architecture in California. Her portfolio includes multifamily housing, fire stations, and rehabilitation projects of historic buildings. Lauren has lived in northwest Seattle for over 7 years, first in Fremont and currently in Ballard. She has a Master of Architecture and Certificate of Urban Design from the University of Washington and a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Michigan.

Adrienne Watkins

Adrienne Watkins

Position: Design Professional Representative
Term: First - Term expires: April 3, 2023

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Adrienne is a Licensed Architect with over eight years of experience. She has worked at Weinstein A+U and ZGF Architects in Seattle. Her projects have included multifamily and low-income housing, higher education institutional work, and recreational facilities. She earned a Master of Architecture from the University of Washington and a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture with a Minor in City and Regional Planning from the University of California, Berkeley. Adrienne has lived in Seattle for 13 years, with the last five years in the Sunset Hill neighborhood.

May So

May So

Position: Design Professional Representative
Term: Second - Term expires: April 3, 2023

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May, a Registered Architect, has over 20 years of architectural experience, practice management, and project leadership working on complex, large-scale, mixed-use high-rise office and mixed-income residential developments. A Senior Associate at Mithun, she works on urban placemaking projects, where she manages an integrated design process from concept to construction. May previously worked as an Associate at Henriquez Partners Architects in Vancouver, Canada. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Calgary and a Master of Architecture from the University of British Columbia. May currently serves on the Pike-Pine Neighborhood Council, the Capital Hill EcoDistrict, and the AIA Seattle Committee on Homelessness. She lives in Capitol Hill.

Stewart Germain

Stewart Germain

Position: Development Representative
Term: First - Term expires: April 3, 2022

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Stewart is a registered architect and a real estate development professional with nearly 20 years of experience. He currently works as a Senior Development Manager at Skanska Commercial Development USA. Previously, Stewart worked for The Miller Hull Partnership as an Architectural Designer and Project Manager, J.A.S. Design-Build, and was a teaching assistant for studio and shop classes at the University of Washington College of Built Environments. Stewart earned bachelor's and master's degrees in architecture from the University of Washington. He lives in Columbia City.

Daniel Maier

Daniel Maier

Position: Local Residential Representative
Term: Second - Term expires: April 3, 2023

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Daniel is a Project Engineer at PAE in Seattle. He has been active in the building design field for eight years as a mechanical design engineer, previously working at EYP Architecture & Engineering in Washington, D.C. and Dewberry in Fairfax, VA. Daniel earned his Master of Architectural Engineering degree from the Illinois Institute of Technology after receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Central Florida. He is an active participant in ACE Mentors Seattle and the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). He lives in the Othello neighborhood.

Chris Colley

Chris Colley

Position: Local Community Representative
Term: Second - Term expires: April 3, 2022

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Chris is a licensed Architect and general contractor employed by Graham Construction. He has previously worked for FORMA Constructions and SRG Partnership. He holds a bachelor's degree in architecture from California Polytechnic State University. Chris has worked extensively on K-12 schools and colleges including master and campus planning. His "bilingual" professional background allows him to translate and connect ideas that span the fields of development and design. He looks forward to identifying creative and equitable solutions through design by his participation on the board. Chris lives in the South Beacon Hill neighborhood.

David Bader

David Bader

Position: Landscape Design Representative
Term: Second - Term expires: April 3, 2022

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David is a Landscape Architect at Seattle Parks and Recreation, where he designs upgrades to new and existing park facilities and performs public outreach to engage the community in the design process. He earned a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from Ball State University. David lives in Madrona. David has experience with school campus designs, community master plans, and active transportation and streetscape design from his work at the Cascade Design Collaborative. He has also coordinated Safe Routes to School programs in South Seattle and Texas to encourage walking and bicycling among students.

Johanna Lirman

Johanna Lirman

Position: Local Residential Representative
Term: First - Term expires: April 3, 2023

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Johanna is a Project Architect and Project Manager at Weber Thompson. She previously worked as a Project Architect and Project Manager at ARC Architects and as an Architectural Designer at Hinge Architects, both in Seattle, in addition to holding Architectural Design Internships in Oregon and Tokyo. Johanna has experience working on mixed-use, multifamily, and single-family residential projects in Seattle, including projects focused on providing affordable housing opportunities in urban hubs such as Mt. Baker Village Apartments and The Opportunity Center at Othello Square. Johanna earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from Whitman College and a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Oregon. She lives in the North Admiral neighborhood.

Alan Grainger

Alan Grainger

Position: Design Professional Representative
Term: Second - Term expires: April 3, 2023

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Alan has 40 years of experience in the field of architecture. He was a Founding Principal of the firm GGLO, and a Principal at The Bumgardner Architects prior. His work included affordable and market-rate multifamily housing, including townhouses, low-, mid-, and high-rise apartments, historic renovations, and hotel projects. Alan lives in the Fauntleroy neighborhood of West Seattle. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture and Environmental Design at the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom and a Master of Architecture from the University of Washington.

Patrick Cobb

Patrick Cobb

Position: Business Representative
Term: First - Term Expires: April 3, 2023

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Patrick is the Vice President of Acquisition and Development at StoryBuilt, where his work includes leading acquisition, design, development, and construction activities through Seattle's permitting and entitlement processes. He has additionally worked as a Design and Permitting Manager at Granger Family Homes in Seattle and as an Associate and Senior Designer at Laguarda.Low Architects in New York. His scope of work includes multifamily residential, mixed-use, townhouse, rowhouse, live-work, single-family, office, and master planning. Patrick completed a Bachelor of Science degree in architecture from the University of Texas before pursuing a Master of Architecture degree and Master of Science degree in real estate development from Columbia University. He lives in Fauntleroy.

Scott Rosenstock

Scott Rosenstock

Position: Development Representative
Term: Second - Term expires: April 3, 2022

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Scott is a Development Manager for Urban Visions, a real estate development firm in Seattle. He was previously a Senior Project Manager at SECO Development where he specialized in development of mixed-use buildings with a focus on active, transit-oriented, and sustainable projects. He is also a Landscape Architect and has previously worked at the offices of Hewitt, Karen Kiest Landscape Architects, and Mithun here in Seattle. Scott lives in the West Seattle Junction neighborhood. He received a bachelor's degree in landscape architecture from the University of Oregon and a Commercial Real Estate Certificate from the University of Washington. His professional affiliations include membership in the American Society of Landscape Architects, NAIOP, and the real estate association The Belden Club where he was previously president.

John Cheng

John Cheng

Position: Local Community Representative
Term: Second - Term expires: April 3, 2022

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John is a licensed Architect and Project Designer at NBBJ. His portfolio includes workplace, residential, senior housing, high-rise, retail, hospitality, and mixed-use development. His current work is primarily in Seattle and he draws from an extensive background of regional and international projects, including those in Canada, China, and Hong Kong. John lives in West Seattle. He earned a bachelor's degree in architectural studies from the University of Hong Kong before pursuing a Master of Architecture at the University of Oregon

John Morefield

John Morefield

Position: Local Community Representative
Term: Second - Term expires: April 3, 2022

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John is a licensed architect. His work on diverse projects includes multifamily housing and commercial development specifically focusing on modular construction. He previously worked as the principle and lead designer at J Arthur Design Corp specializing on residential design, and was the Founder and CEO of Architecture 5¢, a design outreach company based on engaging with city residents about the built environment. John lives in Magnolia. He holds a bachelor's degree in architecture from the University of Arizona.

Janell Eckrich

Janell Eckrich

Position: Design Professional Representative
Term: First - Term expires: April 3, 2023

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Janell is an architectural designer at The Miller Hull Partnership. She has previously worked at Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, BuildingWork, Weinstein AIU, and GGLO in Seattle, as well as other design firms across the country. Her architectural career has predominantly focused on historic preservation, adaptive reuse, and civic projects such as libraries, fire stations, and educational institutions. Janell earned a Bachelor of Science degree in architecture and planning at the Catholic University of America in Washington D.C. and a Master of Architecture degree and Certificate in Urban Design at the University of Washington. She lives in Magnolia.

Jen Montressor

Jen Montressor

Position: Landscape Design Representative
Term: Second - Term expires: April 3, 2023

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Jen is a licensed Landscape Architect and Project Manager at the Berger Partnership. She was previously a Landscape Designer at the firms GGLO and HBB. She works on a variety of project types and scales, including multifamily housing, mixed-use, urban design, master planning, corporate and college campuses, residential, civic, and parks. Jen earned a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from the University of Washington and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Puget Sound. She resides in Whittier Heights.

Tiffany Rattray

Tiffany Rattray

Position: Development Representative
Term: First - Term expires: April 3, 2023

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Tiffany is a Design Manager of a real estate development team at Burrard Properties with over ten years of industry experience in architecture, design, real estate, and construction. Prior to moving to Seattle, she was a Senior Designer at Studio Tack and an Architectural Designer and Project Manager at Rockwell Group, both in New York. Over her career, Tiffany has worked on hospitality, highrise, and retail projects across the country and internationally. Tiffany earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in architectural studies and a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management from the University of Washington before pursuing a Master of Architecture degree from Columbia University. She lives in the Squire Park neighborhood.

Allan Farkas

Allan Farkas

Position: Local Residential Representative
Term: First - Term expires: April 3, 2023

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Allan is a Registered Architect and co-founder of Eggleston Farkas Architects with nearly thirty years of professional experience. He was previously a Project Architect and Designer at Weinstein Copeland Architects. His projects have included single-family residences, townhomes, small commercial projects, and master plan studies. Additionally, Allan has held several teaching positions at the University of Washington and currently volunteers as a visiting critic. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Design of the Environment from the University of Pennsylvania and a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Washington. He lives in Queen Anne.

Staff & Program Administration

The Design Review Program is administered by the Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections.

Staff

Our Design Review Program staff:

  • Manage the program
  • Recruit and train residents to serve on the Design Review Board
  • Schedule and advertise the Design Review Board's project review meetings

Lisa Rutzick, Program Manager
lisa.rutzick@seattle.gov
(206) 386-9049

Erika Ikstrums, Program Specialist
erika.ikstrums@seattle.gov
(206) 684-3160

Brinn Campaz, Scheduling and Administration
brinn.campaz@seattle.gov
(206) 684-8919

Daniel Kopald, Public Relations Specialist
daniel.kopald@seattle.gov

Heather Harris, Public Relations Specialist
heather.harris@seattle.gov

Design Review Planners

Our Design Review planners:

  • Lead developers and architects and their development projects through the design review process
  • Explain the land use code and design guidelines
  • Serve as professional staff support for the Design Review Boards

Ellen Aebischer
ellen.aebischer@seattle.gov
(206) 386-1981

Corey Buttry
corey.buttry@seattle.gov
(206) 727-8607

Irving Chu
irving.chu@seattle.gov
(206) 684-8737

Sean Conrad
sean.conrad@seattle.gov
(206) 733-9063

Brandon Cummings
brandon.cummings@seattle.gov
(206) 684-0251

Tami Garrett
tami.garrett@seattle.gov 
(206) 233-7182

Holly Godard
holly.godard@seattle.gov 
(206) 684-0532

Carly Guillory
carly.guillory@seattle.gov
(206) 684-0720

Michael Gushard
michael.gushard@seattle.gov
(206) 727-8601

Joe Hurley
joseph.hurley@seattle.gov
(206) 684-8278

Greg Johnson
greg.johnson@seattle.gov
(206) 727-8736

David Landry
david.landry@seattle.gov
(206) 684-5318

Theresa Neylon
theresa.neylon@seattle.gov
(206) 615-0179

David Sachs
david.sachs@seattle.gov
(206) 684-0814

Crystal Torres
crystal.torres@seattle.gov
(206) 684-5887

Abby Weber
abby.weber@seattle.gov
(206) 684-7188

Allison Whitworth
allison.whitworth@seattle.gov
(206) 684-0363