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John Carney, FAIA
Carney Logan Burke Architects
PO Box 9218
Jackson, WY 83002
Phone: 307-733-4000

















Since founding his firm 23 years ago, John Carney has been committed to expanding the design vocabulary of the mountain west while remaining grounded in tradition and local context. His reinterpretation of vernacular architecture synthesizes modernist and classical principles within a regional aesthetic. Summers spent on his family’s ranch on the Upper Green River gave him a respect for the history of the area and its agrarian traditions, both of which inspire and permeate the work of the firm.

After building a successful practice in Denver, John relocated to Teton County, Wyoming, where the firm has completed a range of projects from private residences to public buildings such as the Jackson Hole Airport Expansion, Home Ranch Welcome Center, Jackson Hole Center for the Arts Performing Arts Pavilion, and the Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve in Grand Teton National Park. Doing larger civic projects allowed John to form successful collaborations with other architects and consultant teams, working alternately as Architect of Record and Design Architect. On the public side, John has served as County Commissioner, Planning Commissioner, and on several boards, always championing design as a core community value. John has also lectured on design and chaired award juries throughout the region. His distinguished career in architecture and public service has given him a platform from which to promote sound design principles within the architectural profession.

Education: Harvard University, Graduate School of Design, Master of Architecture; Stanford University, Bachelor of Fine Arts

State Licensure: WY, CO, ID, MT, UT, CA, AZ
Fellow, American Institute of Architects (FAIA)
American Institute of Architects (AIA)
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)



Stephen Dynia, FAIA
Dynia Architects
PO Box 4356
Jackson, WY 83001
Phone: 307-733-3766





Since the inception of his practice, Stephen Dynia has explored innovative architectural solutions that synthesize ideas from nature, universal design principles, and urban culture. In rural or dense contexts, in public and private commissions, site analysis and user needs inform a process that shapes space, form and light into architecture that is unique to place, responsive to purpose and of its time.

Stephen received a Bachelor of Fine Arts and an Architecture degree from the Rhode Island School of Design. Before establishing his practice in Wyoming in 1994, he was a designer with Skidmore Owings and Merrill in New York, involved in large commercial architecture and planning projects in the US and abroad. He interned with Warren Platner Architects in New Haven, CT, working on furniture and product designs.

Stephen’s commitment to the arts and the profession includes roles on the boards of community arts organizations in Jackson, the board of directors of the Wyoming Chapter of the AIA, and the advisory board of the Artemis Institute. His work is published in books and periodicals, and has been acknowledged with numerous AIA Design Awards and 2008 AIA Wyoming Firm of the Year.




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




















Bruce started his own office in 1971 in Jackson, Wyoming, following work experience that took him to the District of Colombia and overseas to Denmark. He completed twelve years as a member of the State Board of Architects and Landscape Architects, serving as president for five years. He is a past president of the Wyoming Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, and was made a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects in 1998. He has won four recent AIA Merit Awards for projects completed at Hawtin Jorgensen Architects. Bruce has served on several nonprofit boards, including being elected to four terms as a trustee at St. John’s Medical Center. Bruce currently serves as Vice President on the Board of Directors for both the Latino Resource Center and Habitat for Humanity. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Oklahoma.

Bruce feels more connected to the valley than anywhere else he has been; 43 years of living in a place will do that. This sense of belonging translates to his relationship with clients as well. He takes tremendous pride in the projects that his firm has completed, feeling that each one has made a positive contribution to the fabric of the Jackson Hole community. “At our firm, we take the time to have detailed discussions and develop a well-thought-out plan before we ever embark on a project. Getting to know the client is the key element of developing a successful building.”

With strong roots in the community, Bruce and his wife often go for hikes in Grand Teton National Park and treasure the opportunity to visit Yellowstone. They work out at a gym, travel, read and visit with their grandchildren. Bruce maintains close ties to the University of Oklahoma, where he began his career in architecture after serving in the U.S. Army in Korea.

Professional Education: Bachelor of Architecture, University of Oklahoma
Licensure:Wyoming #B-59; Idaho #AR-467

Additional Credentials and Professional Affiliation: Member of the College of Fellows, American Institute of Architects (FAIA);National Council of Architectural Registration Board Certificate (NCARB); Member of USGBC – Wyoming Chapter



Fred Hynek, FAIA
Fred Hynek Architect
208 South Chugwater Drive
Cody, WY 82414
Phone: 307-587-6706


Fred Hynek started his firm in 1977 in Cody, Wyoming. His practice consisted mostly of commercial and institutional projects, specializing in K-12 education. He also taught at the college level for five years in the pre-architectural program at Arapahoe Community College in Lakewood, Colorado.

During his years in practice he was very involved in his community and The American Institute of Architects at the state, regional and national levels. Fred Hynek was invested in the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects in 1999 in the category of Service to Society.

Fred Hynek is currently retired from the practice of Architecture.

Education: Bachelor of Architecture, North Dakota State University, 1967.
Licensure: Wyoming C-0409 (Retired status).
Professional involvement: The American Institute of Architects – Member since 1974; College of Fellows of The American Institute of Architects - Member since 1999.











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