In each of his projects, Jon balances ambitious design aspirations with sustainable systems, site opportunities, and program needs to create environments that responsibly serve and enhance the lives of their inhabitants.

Currently, Jon is leading several architectural and masterplanning projects, including a LEED Gold life-sciences adaptive reuse project in Philadelphia and a mass timber net-zero energy Pavilion at the center of the new Penn's Landing Park on the Delaware River Waterfront. Previously, Jon was the Principal-in-Charge of the recently completed John A. Paulson Center, a new 735,000-square-foot multi-use building for New York University in Manhattan's Greenwich Village.  
At KieranTimberlake, Jon has worked on a wide-range of project types and scales, including Henley Hall at the University of California Santa Barbara, Pound Ridge House in Upstate New York, the US Embassy in London, the Edgar N. Putman Pavilion at the James A. Michener Art Museum, and the Foreign Affairs Security Training Center (FASTC) in Virginia.