Julian Pittman, AIA
Julian Pittman was born in 1970 in Dallas, Texas. He graduated from Texas A&M University in 1992 with a Bachelor of Environmental Design. In 1992 he was granted a full scholarship to Rice University where he graduated in 1994 with a Master of Architecture. After graduation, Julian moved to Washington, D.C. He worked for the internationally renowned lighting and museum exhibition design firm of George Sexton Associates until 2002. There he managed projects in Hawaii, Florida, New York, England and Switzerland, and he had the opportunity to work in association with such notable architecture firms as Tadao Ando Architects, Rafael Viñoly Architects and Foster + Partners Architects. While at George Sexton Associates (GSA), Julian became a licensed architect in the Commonwealth of Virginia and joined the International Association of Lighting Designers. His involvement at GSA included project management, gallery design, custom casework and furniture design, large scale model building and coordination, daylight and artificial light studies, lighting calculations, material selections, lighting fixture design, on-site administration, and artwork placement and coordination. He joined Jackson & Ryan Architects in 2003.