President of Los Angeles-based Barton Myers Associates, Inc. His notable structures included the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, the Seagram Museum in Ontario, and Hasbro Inc.'s showrooms and offices in New York.
He was a fighter pilot in the United States Air Force for five years after graduating from the United States Naval Academy. His Master's degree was obtained from the University of Pennsylvania, after which he was employed by Louis Kahn from 1964 until 1966.
He was known for utilizing urban surroundings and reusing existing architecture.
His family was residing in Norfolk, Virginia, when he was born. He designed a house made of steel and glass for him and his wife, Vicki.
He served in the United States Air Force much like astronaut Guy Gardner who was also from Virginia.