Brady’s interest in architecture is driven by his belief that the built environment is the keystone to human culture. He feels that traditional approaches to architecture establish a harmonious marriage to the natural environment, while respecting the character of a place.
As a descendant of 1800’s Texas Hill Country immigrants, Brady has a strong understanding of the beauty and historical significance of this area. He sees each proposed architectural intervention as an opportunity to add to that beauty and significance.
Brady received a Master of Architecture degree from The University of Michigan and a Bachelor of Environmental Design from Texas A&M University.
His time studying abroad in Italy and Spain expanded his knowledge of various architectural techniques, both historical and modern, while strengthening his passion for preserving historical structures for future generations.
In his free time, Brady enjoys photography, spending time with family and friends, hiking, and traveling to experience different cultures.