James is an Associate Principal with Overland Partners, a San Antonio, Texas firm providing architecture, planning, and urban design services in markets around the world. In the studio, James leads the development and strategic vision for Overland’s visitor experience studio, developing market strategies, and serving as a subject matter expert.
James celebrates the quality of all life through design leadership. Motivated by the potential of creating regenerative places, James approaches projects through the lens of creating harmony between the environment and the well-being of individuals and communities. His notable projects include the East Gateway Lodge and Visitor Center at Zion National Park, ChildSafe Harvey E. Najim Children & Family Center, Austin by Ellsworth Kelly, and The Color Inside – a James Turrell Skyspace at the University of Texas at Austin.
James received his Bachelor of Environmental Design degree from Texas A&M University and received his Masters of Architecture from Virginia Tech University.