Neil has been at Perkins and Will nearly 5 years working in the architecture, urban design, and digital practice sectors. He holds dual Masters degrees in Architecture and Urban Design from Kent State University where his interests in exploring spatial prototypes and technology started. While in school, he studied ways to imagine disruptive technologies and their applications to conventional urban and architectural typologies. During his time with Perkins and Will, Neil has worked on projects around the world. He uses his diverse background to bridge the gap between the application of new technologies and design. Neil also serves as a board member for the Friends of Downtown and as an adjunct professor at Northwestern University where he teaches an urban design studio at the McCormick School of Engineering to Architectural Engineering and Design students.