Brady’s passion for architecture is rooted in stewardship and sustainable design. Being raised in an agricultural setting in the Texas Hill Country, he witnessed how human activity and decisions have clear effects on ecosystems and environmental quality. In 2007, he joined the Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon Competition where he assisted in building a modular, solar-powered home that was exhibited on the National Mall in Washington, DC. The experience inspired his graduate education and pursuit of “net-zero” building design and ecosystem restoration.
After graduating M. Arch from Texas A&M University in 2012, Brady spent two years working with Corgan in Dallas, TX, where he honed his graphic and technical skills, as well as produced a LEED Gold Federal Campus as project designer and sustainability coordinator.
Since joining Overland Partners in 2014, Brady has grown in his career and experience to become a project architect and project manager on multiple project types and coordinates the Overland Workshop. Projects that define his career at Overland include; completing a LEED Gold corporate office serving as sustainability coordinator, designing and managing a beautiful recreational project in Bridgeland, TX, serving as project architect on two private educational projects, as well as a transformational renovation of a historic educational building for Austin Community College that is under construction now.
Brady aspires to contribute within his community as a leader, promoting the idea that our values are reflected in the design and stewardship of our environment. Brady enjoys the outdoors, mountain biking, playing guitar, songwriting, and reading histories. He is usually on an adventure of some kind.
Connectedness / Input / Restorative / Learner / Self-Assurance