Bryce grew up in southern Louisiana where he had many jobs within the construction industry. This experience provided him a deep appreciation for the design and building process. Bryce received a Master of Architecture from Louisiana State University in 2011. While in school, he was the recipient of several design awards as well as the AIA Henry Adams Award in recognition of his scholastic achievement, character, leadership, and promise of high professional ability. Bryce also currently serves as a guest critic at LSU’s School of Architecture. Since joining DNA in 2012, Bryce received his architectural license and manages a range of projects including large-scale industrial, multifamily and single family residential with extensive experience and expertise in large-scale renovations. Once a serial hobbyist away from work playing tennis, golf, tinkering on motorcycles, and renovating houses, today Bryce spends most of his time raising kids, boating, and hanging out with the family at their camp in Maurepas.