Zack is currently studying at Texas Tech University to obtain a Master of Architecture and a Master of Business Administration. Before his time at Texas Tech, he attended Texas A&M University and graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor of Environment Design with an Architectural History Minor. After graduating from Texas A&M, Zack worked at multiple architecture firms working on a number of projects including Senior Living Communities, Commercial and Retail, K-12 education, hospitality, and residential projects. Zack started at MWM in the summer of 2018, where he has assisted in the development of new projects, such as the new Lubbock Police Substations, and aided in the development of construction documents for multiple projects. During his graduate education, Zack has been awarded two National Design Awards. He won the Design Excellence Award from the ASLA Texas Chapter Design Competition. This Award was given for the outstanding use of Architecture and Landscape for the purpose of healing and rehabilitation. Zack also received Second Place at the 2018 PDC Summit 48-Hour Design Competition in Nashville. This competition was a collaborative effort to mix representatives from several schools and studies to develop a micro-hospital in downtown Nashville.
When Zack is not in the office, he enjoys photography, designing and building custom furniture, and spending time with his wife and best friend, Sara.