March 27: Steven H. Sorrell

Steven will be speaking about his career path, RTKL, and his current work at RTKL. He started his career at ForrestPerkins, working on high-end hospitality and multi-family residential, and helped create a Green presence. After a couple of years, he went to ACG Architects to help develop their interiors practice. To continue his growth, he decided to go to RTKL, where he is currently working on different design phases for multiple projects, including National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Steven is currently a certified interior designer in the state of Virginia, is LEED Accredited, and a member of IIDA.


March 20: Amy Moses

Amy will be speaking on her work as a yacht designer at Donald L. Blount and Associates. She keeps a busy schedule at DLBA. Last year she had an article published in Yacht Design Magazine, "Free Movement at Sea." The article details her work on an a yacht designed for accessibility. Also at the end of 2008, she represented DLBA at the Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show and in May she will be in Holland for the Yacht Valley Tour for Naval Architects & Interior Designers.


March 06: Chuck Hoover

Chuck will be speaking on his path from interior design to Schell Games. Here's Chuck's bio from the Schell Games web site.

Chuck holds a Bachelors degree from the college of Architecture at Virginia Tech in addition to a Masters of Entertainment Technology from Carnegie Mellon University. Prior to joining the team at SG, Chuck was one of the lead designers for the Virginia Tech Solar Decathlon house, a producer for the Sims2 Pets, as well as the Producer and 3D artist for the sporadic massively multiplayer online game, Skyrates.

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