Registered Architect in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and New York

As an ART partner, J.B. practices the art and science of architecture throughout the Northeast, designing buildings in the New England tradition with a focus on place and sustainability. J.B. designed Vermont’s first Certified Passive House.

J.B joined ART in 2002. Before working for ART, J.B. helped develop the master plan for NYC’s 2012 Summer Olympic bid. He holds a BA from Brown University and a MArch from Yale School of Architecture.

J.B. lives with his wife and son in Milton, Massachusetts. When not designing buildings, J.B. likes to travel and sketch historic buildings. He is also a certified USSA ski coach, PSIA ski instructor, former ski racer, and avid backcountry skier.



Massachusetts, Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, NCARB


Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects, 2002–present
Arrowstreet, Boston, 1997–2002

NYC 2008 Olympic Organizing Committee, New York, 1996–1997
American Institute of Architects
Boston Society of Architects
Congress for the New Urbanism, New England
Society of Architectural Historians
Vermont Green Building Network


Harvard Music Association, Chair, House Committee
Burke Mountain Academy: Board of Trustees 2004-2020
Town of Milton Alternate Energy Committee 2008-2014
First Parish Milton Building Committee 2008-2014


Yale MArch, 1996
Brown BA, 1992
Burke Mountain Academy, 1988