Paul joined Stokes in the fall of 2014 after nearly two years of wondering what the cool kids were up to while he was working for another firm in the same office. He brings a wide range of architectural experience to Stokes, gained from projects such as commercial fit-outs, high-rise residential BIM design and coordination, institutional renovations, and the historic preservation and interior renovation of paired Frank Furness mansions. He's seen projects from design inception through construction. Paul has since worked on numerous La Colombe cafes and on Odette's in New Hope.
In the years since earning his Bachelor of Architecture from Temple University in 2008, Paul has worn many hats as a builder, muralist, handyman, fine artist, model builder, failed entrepreneur, fabrication detailer, illustrator, and amateur scooter mechanic. The hat he won't wear? Fedora.