James Moses, RA, LEED AP
Jim Moses founded Big Bend Studio Architects in 2017. Prior to BBSA, Jim worked for twenty-five years on projects for higher education clients in the US and abroad and across multiple scales and building types. A graduate of Princeton and the University of Texas at Austin, he is also an educator who has held appointments at The Catholic University of America, Roger Williams University, and, since 1998, the Boston Architectural College, where he teaches advanced design studios and workshops. (Read his teaching statement and a collection of studio descriptions.) In 2010, Jim shared with his teaching partner, Adam Mitchell, the Boston Society of Architects' Award for Excellence in Teaching. Jim serves as a curator for Section Cut.
Outside of the office, Jim is an avid cyclist and member of a team that participates in the annual Pan Mass Challenge, the two-day ride to support research and treatment at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. A college oarsman, Jim has also been known to row in alumni boats in the Head of the Charles and other regattas. His two children also conspire to keep him on his toes.
Born in Ithaca, New York
1984-88 Princeton University (AB, Religion), Princeton, New Jersey
1988-89 Assistant Coach, Lightweight Rowing, Princeton University
1989-90 Intern, Shalom Baranes Associates, Washington, District of Columbia
1990-93 University of Texas, School of Architecture (M.Arch), Austin, Texas
1994 Visiting Instructor, The Catholic University of America, School of Architecture and Planning, Washington, District of Columbia
1994-95 Intern, Shalom Baranes Associates, Washington, District of Columbia
1995-2006 Senior Architect, Wilson Architects, Boston, Massachusetts
1998-present Member of the Faculty, Boston Architectural College, Boston, Massachusetts
2006-2017 Director, Sasaki, Watertown, Massachusetts
2017- present Founding Principal, Big Bend Studio, Arlington, Massachusetts
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