Registered Architect in Massachusetts, New York, Connecticut, Maine, and New Hampshire

John is a founding partner of ART. He has always been interested in the varied languages of architecture, and how architecture communicates aspirations and culture. John’s buildings have a strong sense of place, enriched by the specific history and characteristics of the environment in which they stand. John studied at Yale, where he received both his BA and MArch. He has served on the boards of the New England chapter of Congress for the New Urbanism and Family to Family, a poverty relief nonprofit organization.

He lives in Cambridge with his wife, Mary, and spends time in the summer at his camp on North Haven, Maine. His two children are now grown and have left the nest. When not designing buildings, John enjoys painting landscapes and portraits in oil and watercolor.

John is an accomplished artist, many of his paintings and drawings can be seen here –



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


Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects, 1996–present
Tittmann Associates, Boston, 1991–1995
Booth/Hansen & Associates, Chicago, 1988–1991
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Chicago, 1987–1988
Allan Greenberg, Architect, New Haven, 1986–1987
I.M. Pei, Paris, 1985

American Institute of Architects
Boston Society of Architects
Congress for the New Urbanism, New England Chapter:
Board member, 2005–present
Former President, 2005–2018
Institute of Classical Architecture, New England Chapter:
Board member, 2006–2013


Family to Family Project (outreach to homeless families):
Board member, 1994–2014


Mass College of Art, 2012-2014
Yale MArch, 1986
The Art Students League of New York, 1982-83
Yale BA, 1981