Registered Architect, NM #5504

Stephen has a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the University of New Mexico (UNM), and graduated with his Master of Architecture from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc).  Steve initially started at Cherry/See/Reames Architects (CSR) in 2005 and left for graduate school in 2007. Steve returned to the firm in 2013 and is now an Architect and Associate in the firm.  Steve’s role at CSR ranges from Programming and Schematic Design through Construction Documents and Construction Administration. Steve is versed in a wide range of 3-D modeling programs. His design strength stems from his varied interests ranging from Industrial design and fashion design to fabrication of complex assemblies.

Steve is heavily involved with academics at UNM. He has been an Adjunct Faculty member in the Architecture Program at UNM since 2011. Steve is Co-Founder of the Center for Research in Advanced Fabrication + Technology (CRAF+T) at UNM which was founded in 2012.

Steve is the Founder of Factor_M Fabrication. Factor_M (Latin: factorem – maker) is a division of Cherry See Reames Architects that focuses on the prototyping, design, fabrication and assembly of architectural elements. These elements range in scale and application; from vases and stemware to built-in’s and furniture.