Hugh Randolph

Hugh has had a life long passion for architecture. Since the age of seven he has known that designing buildings was his calling. A native of New Orleans, he started his career in Washington, DC. In 1991 he moved to Austin to study under renowned architect and educator Charles Moore. His practice since then has focused on residential design of all sizes and styles. When he’s not focusing on architecture he enjoys being Dad to his two sons, road trips, constantly renovating his 1939 ranch style house, his wife’s company and catchy pop music.

Chloe Ingram

Chloe’s interest in architecture began as a child when she drew floor plans of her dream home, complete with an indoor swing set. Her love of all things music, graphic design, furniture design, and art lead her to a career in architecture. She received her bachelor’s from UT Austin and her master’s from UT Arlington. Having worked in a variety of firms and in several cities (Chicago, Dallas, and Fort Worth) she cherishes living in Austin and practicing residential design. In her free time, she can be seen improvising and acting at various theaters around town.

Michael Gamble

Originally from Houston, Michael and his wife recently moved back to Texas following an eight year stint in Los Angeles. During that time he completed his masters at the University of Southern California. His time at USC was something of a genial conflict between the practical aspects of Architecture, for which USC had a reputation, and the fanciful influence of their downtown neighbor Sci-Arc. Outside of architecture he likes to make furniture, music, and various visual media.

Tyler Rush

Tyler grew up in Austin and has always gravitated towards the arts. He studied at Virginia Tech's School of Architecture + Design. While attending VT he had chances to study in both Berlin and Chicago. Time spent in those cities has helped shape his way of thinking as a young designer. Now back in Austin, Tyler loves spending his leisure time rock climbing, biking, and writing and making music.

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