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2019 AIA Wyoming Leadership
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Clint Taylor graduated from the University of Wyoming with Bachelor of Science degrees in Civil Engineering and Architectural Engineering. He worked in Nebraska for 12 years as a Professional Engineer before returning to Wyoming in 2010. Clint became an Associate AIA member as soon as he got settled in Cheyenne, but had limited involvement in AIA Wyoming until after he was licensed as an Architect and finished his Masters of Architecture at NewSchool of Architecture and Design in San Diego, California. He joined the Education and Resources Committee a month after graduation and served as the committee chair, as well as assisting several conference planning teams. Clint is also the Treasurer of the Architectural Education Foundation (AEF) of AIA Wyoming. The AEF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit established to provide scholarships to Wyoming students at accredited schools of architecture. Clint’s work at The Design Studio, inc. includes education facilities, commercial buildings, community projects, as well as city and state government projects. His experience ranges from historic renovations and remodels to additions and new construction. Clint is a LEED Accredited Professional and believes in sustainable design solutions for every project.

Clint Taylor, AIA
1610 Pioneer Avenue
Cheyenne, WY 82001
Phone: 307-775-9970


A Wyoming native, Dan Stalker, AIA has managed his Sheridan, Wyoming design practice for over twenty years. During his 36-year professional career, he has provided quality design work for a variety of projects in Wyoming, Colorado, California, Arizona and Texas. He has also served the architectural profession, first joining the Executive Committee of AIA Wyoming in 1996 and then serving as AIA Wyoming President for three years. Later, Dan was selected to Chair the AIA/Western Mountain Region Honor Awards Committee, a three-year commitment. Dan’s architectural design practice has focused on a vast array of local and regional single and multi-family residential design projects, small commercial buildings, master planning and on recreational building types. Dan graduated from Arizona State University in 1978. Since then, he has consistently espoused a client inclusive, diverse and thoughtful design practice, one that has taken him on a wonderful journey from the mountains of Vail, Colorado to the shores of Southern California and from projects spotted along the Pacific rim to eventually returning home to northern Wyoming. Among many endeavors, Dan served as the first Design Review Administrator for The Powder Horn Golf Community, the largest PUD in Wyoming, and has since authored several versions of the evolving Residential Development Standards. While living in Colorado, Dan served on the Board of Directors for two non-profit organizations, Habitat for Humanity of LaPlata County and 4CORE, Four Corners Office for Resource Efficiency as well serving three years on the Durango Design Review Board. Dan is a licensed architect in Wyoming, Colorado and California and holds an NCARB Certificate. He is a member of Sheridan Rotary, has been married to Barbara for 32 years, and is the very proud father of four and the grandfather to one (so far).

Dan Stalker, AIA
Dan Stalker Architect
1306 South Thurmond Street
Sheridan, WY 82801
Phone: 307-752-9708


Lewis Matthew Miller, AIA provides architectural consulting from his Jackson based firm Ustereo. A graduate from the University of Arizona, where he studied architecture, while stationed at Davis-Monthan Air Force base. In his postgraduate work, he studied computational design and facilities engineering at the University Polytechnic Catalunya and Stanford. Lewis Matthew’s work focuses on synthesizing traditional and advanced techniques for developing and managing large scale capital project portfolios to include; USACE, USAF, NIH, GENCAT, KAPSARC, USC, LACCD, CalState, Aramco, Related, John Hopkins, Northwestern Medical, Rand, and DARPA. Lewis Matthew is a member of the AIA Wyoming Membership Development Committee, the advisory group of the AIA Technology in Architectural Practice, Knowledge Community, and he is the chair of the National Institute of Building Science, FMOC task group on artificial intelligence. Lewis Matthew Miller, AIA is a licensed architect in Wyoming, Arizona, California, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington. His consulting, research, and teaching efforts are focused on promoting active participation with evolving architectural technologies. He enjoys skiing, snowboarding, and splitboarding throughout Teton County.

Lewis Matthew Miller, AIA
PO Box 10700
Jackson, WY 83002
Phone: 415-939-2390


Over the past thirteen years, Rachel L. Delventhal’s, AIA goal has been to guide individuals on a path that leads to “rediscovering experience through design.” Rachel’s professional experience stems from designing for several architectural firms located in Jackson, Lander, and Cheyenne, Wyoming where she played an integral role in a variety of building projects including commercial, educational (higher education and K-12), governmental, recreational, and residential projects. Her role within these firms and her exposure to several other areas of the trade created a strong foundation for her professional career. As a result, in 2012, Rachel established Studio R.E.D., P.C. - a firm dedicated to understanding form space, and light in its surrounding context, culture, and how it interacts with nature. Since the inception of the firm, Rachel has had the opportunity to serve clients throughout the State of Wyoming as well as along the Front Range. Rachel achieved a professional bachelor’s degree from Kansas State University in 2001 and is currently licensed in Wyoming and Colorado.

Rachel Delventhal, AIA
Studio R.E.D., PC
1623 Central Avenue, Suite 29
Cheyenne, WY 82001
Phone: 307-222-9317


Charlie has spent 41 years in the Architectural profession beginning with Kellogg and Kellogg in 1975. After the retirement of Fred and Armand Kellogg, Charlie went on to work for JFC who set up an architectural department in their engineering and surveying company. In 1996 Charlie opened a branch office of Plan One/Architects in Rock Springs and has been President of the company since 2007. Over his career Charlie has worked on numerous educational projects from higher education to K-12 along with medical, correctional, historic and financial institutions. He believes in giving his clients his full attention and the very best projects he possibly can with a personal touch. Charlie likes hunting, fishing, golf, wood working and the Wyoming Cowboys and Cowgirls. His biggest passion the last several years has been spending time with his granddaughter, son and daughter-in law and his wife Lynn, on their boat on Flaming Gorge Reservoir. He is currently Chairman of the AIA Wyoming Advocacy Committee, Chairman of the Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County Foundation Board, on the University of Wyoming Cowboy Joe Club Board of Directors and a member of the University of Wyoming Cowboy Athletic Directors Council.

Charlie Van Over, AIA
1208 Sand Pointe Circle
Rock Springs, WY 82901
Phone: 307-389-2955


Bruce Hawtin graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 1966. After working in Denmark and Virginia he moved to Wyoming in 1969. He established Bruce Hawtin Architects in 1971. Hawtin Jorgensen Architects was established in 1999 when Arne Jorgensen joined the firm. Bruce became a member of the AIA college of Fellows in 1998 becoming the third member of AIA Wyoming to be so honored. Bruce has served. Bruce has served on many local non-profit boards over the years and was a founding member of the JH Conservation Alliance, The Children’s Workshop, Teton County Mental Health Association and The Center For The Arts. He was elected to the St. John’s Medical Center Board for four terms, was appointed to the Wyoming State Board of Architects for four terms and served as President of the Wyoming Chapter of AIA in 1995-1996. Bruce currently serves on the JH Conservation Alliance Board, The Senior Center of JH board and on advisory committees to the JH Historical Preservation Board and the Town/County Housing Department. Hawtin Jorgensen Architects has won several AIA Design awards and prides itself with a commitment to sustainable, energy efficient designs and buildings that reflect “place”.

Bruce Hawtin, FAIA
Hawtin Jorgensen Architects
PO Box 1249
Jackson, WY 83001
Phone: 307-733-4364


Born and raised in Wyoming, Britney Sulzen, began her education in drafting and Design with an Associate degree at Casper College. She then moved to complete her education in Environmental Design at Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana. While working on a design degree, Britney also worked toward a structural degree. She graduated with her bachelor’s in environmental design in 2015 and plans to complete her structural degree within the next year.  She welcomed her beautiful daughter in 2013 while attending school. She moved back to Casper Wyoming to be close to family. Upon moving back, Britney began working at GSG Architecture. While under the guiding wing of Lisa Hubbard she was introduced to all the aspects of project management. Within a few years Britney was leading large projects, such as commercial, educational, governmental, recreational, healthcare and (her favorite) Fire Stations. Britney and her daughter enjoy spending time outdoors, either biking or walking, snowboarding or sledding and want to travel the world. Wanting to grow and further her education, she moved back to Bozeman Montana to complete her master’s in architecture at Montana State University. Upon completing her thesis, titled “Stimulating Social Cohesion in Suburban Place”, she graduated and returned to Casper, Wyoming to complete the exams for licensing. Britney looks forward to expanding her knowledge and growth in the architectural industry and the AIA community.

Britney Sulzen, Associate AIA
GSG Architecture
606 South David Street
Casper, WY 82601
Phone: 307-234-8968


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