Designed the Rodin Museum, Samsung Headquarters, and was a finalist in the 2002 World Trade Center Competition.
He studied literature at Amherst College and later attended The Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies.
His design honors included the Progressive Architecture Award and the Architectural League Young Architects Award.
His architect father, Paul A. Kennon, won numerous awards and became Dean of Rice University's School of Architecture.
He was beat out by architect Richard Rogers who won the World Trade Center Competition.