A graduate of Louisiana State University, Eric worked in Georgia as well as in Paris, France, before returning to his hometown, Baton Rouge. He is currently drowning in the prioritization of fixer-upper projects at his “new” 100-year-old home. Taming his yard is a challenging joy. With the Keep Tigertown Beautiful group, he clears up one small corner of the city every week. He is a member of the Baton Rouge High Foundation and The Chapel Baton Rouge. In his free time, he also enjoys cycling and live music.
Eric values transparency, fairness, and time with family and friends. He aims to design public spaces that meet people’s needs as well as raise their expectations for the facilities they use. There’s a privilege, he knows, in his chosen career: to create spaces where people spend their lives—and to hopefully make those lives better.