Tim Rohleder has been designing public sector projects for over 22 years. His work includes a broad range of community museums, aviation facilities and corporate office spaces. Tim's passion for sustainability is evident in every project he undertakes. His design for the Highline Heritage Museum recently received a Top Ten Green Projects Award from the Regional AIA What Makes it Green? Program. Tim grew up in Louisville, Kentucky and when he's not designing buildings, he loves spending time outdoors with his wife and daughter. He's a licensed architect and has a BA from the University of Kentucky (1985) and Master's degree in Architecture from the University of New Mexico (1998).

Andrew Borges has spent more than 20 years designing a wide range of projects, including residences, commercial facilities, police stations, movie theatres, museums, corporate auditoriums, and coffee bars. With an eye on new technologies, Andrew combines contemporary design with a strong respect for sustainability and the role of craft in architecture. Originally from San Juan, Puerto Rico, Andrew has adapted to the Seattle rain, now loves gardening and is a master compost-maker. He is a licensed architect and holds a BA from Brown University (1986) and a Master's degree in Architecture from Harvard University (1990).

Tristin Pagenkopf graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a Masters of Architecture in 1994. She's back where she grew up, in the Pacific Northwest, after going to high school in Germany, working in Montreal, and living in Paris. Tristin has a BA in architecture from the University of Washington (1991) and is a licensed architect with over 18 years of experience.

Ricky Lyman developed a fascination with the built environment and materiality through many design/build projects during his childhood. A 2007 graduate of Hobart College, Ricky majored in studio arts and architectural studies and he is currently pursuing a Masters of Architecture degree at the University of Washington.