Paul Fowler has been practicing architecture for 20 years in several different locations in the United States. Throughout his career, he has worked on significant projects, like the first LEED certified hospital in the United States (Boulder, CO) as well as smaller and more personal residential projects. He has an avid interest in the environment and touching the earth as gently as possible in the work he is involved with.
Currently an adjunct professor at Wentworth Institute of Technology pairing with previous opportunities teaching at the University of Maine Augusta and Boston Architectural College, he has been teaching architectural design classes for the past 10 years while simultaneously practicing architecture full-time.
Paul holds a Masters of Architecture from the University of Florida, a BFA in photographic illustration from Rochester Institute of Technology. He is a LEED accredited professional and registered architect. Paul enjoys life in the seacoast area with his son.