Ed received his professional degrees from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, graduating Magna cum laude with bachelor degrees in both Architecture and Building Science. He was recipient of the Harriet R. Peck Prize for Best Final Project. Prior to graduating he studied in both Copenhagen and Rome, focusing on social housing and architectural history respectively. His travels for work or leisure have included: 46 of the continental states, Puerto Rico, Honduras, Costa Rica, Bali, St. Lucia, Aruba, Japan, England, Scotland, Norway, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Yugoslavia and Greece.
Ed is a member of the American Institute of Architects and is NCARB certified (National Council of Architectural Registration Board). He maintains architectural registrations in New York, Illinois, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
While maintaining his own practice, Ed has served as a design critic / juror for numerous institutions including: Drexel University, New Hampshire Chapter of the AIA, Parsons School of Design, Pennsylvania State University, Philadelphia Chapter of the AIA, Philadelphia University, Spring Garden College, and Temple University.