Fascinated by art, architecture, and design from a young age, Thomas’ interests have continued to grow, leading him to earn his Bachelor of Science in Architecture at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Being a strong conceptual thinker and a passionate designer, Thomas enjoys working on projects that present challenging design opportunities, and loves any chance to learn something new. He has the ability to see the practicality and functionality of a space, while also maintaining a unique and interesting design approach. Thomas gained experience at firms in Austin, TX and Seattle, WA before joining the team at Zervas.
Kelsey, a Bellingham local, returned to town after earning her Bachelor of Arts in Architecture in 2011 from the University of Washington. With a previous architecture firm she gained experience with educational and residential design. She enjoys making building models and doing project renderings.
While at the University of Washington Kelsey had the opportunity to study abroad in Chandigarh, India, a city designed by the renowned modernist architect Le Corbusier. During this trip she did field research for a book on the preservation of architectural icons in the age of modernization.
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Matt Reeves has joined the team at Zervas. Matt grew up in Richland, WA and earned a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies from Washington State University in 2009. He continued his education at the WSU Interdisciplinary Design Institute in Spokane, WA while working at a local architecture firm. While pursuing his master’s degree Matt worked on his thesis, which involved researching Transition Initiatives and how they could be implemented as community led responses to peak oil, climate change, and current global trends. Upon completion of his Master of Architecture degree in December 2011, Matt continued to work in Spokane, and later in Seattle, WA. Since joining the Zervas team he has worked on the Health Professions Building for Whatcom Community College, WECU's Meridian Place, PSE's Bellingham Service Center and various residential projects. Matt is excited to work with a firm that has such a strong presence and connection to its local community.