Robert A. White, AIA, ncarb
I come from a family of architects with a practice that began in the 1950's in Northern California. My training started in my parents' studio as a young teen, drafting the old-fashion way, before "CAD" was even a word. Fast forward a few decades, a couple of countries, various firms, a family of five, (more than a few bumps in the road, of course)... and you'll find me using mostly a mouse and a keyboard in our Studio in Sugar Land, Texas.
I am a licensed Architect in the State of Texas, NCARB Certified and a member of the American Institute of Architects, Texas Society of Architects and the Houston Chapter of the AIA. I received a Masters of Architecture degree with the highest ranking and was the recipient of a 2011 Certificate of Merit for Excellence by the American Institute of Architects. I've been known to make art for my clients and friends from discarded building materials such as this and this. People say I am an ok carpenter and a semi-decent welder.
The only thing I enjoy more than designing buildings and spaces is actually building them, so I will close with this cheesy promotional video a friend made for me while we worked on a small design-build project (I'm the guy with the beard and the welding mask):