Mark is a creative and thoughtful architect who brings an element of play to his work. He balances practical application with cultural understanding and environmental awareness, approaching architecture as a tool to connect people to physical space and ecological place. His focus at WRNS Studio is building performance analysis. He received his Bachelor of Architecture from Penn State. A natural leader, Mark was president of the Digital Beehive, a student-run organization focused on teaching peers state-of-the-art computer design programs. For his senior thesis, he tackled conservationism, blurring the lines between architecture, ecotourism and preservation.