Angela Dean, AIA, LEED AP
Angela founded AMD Architecture in 1997 with the goal of providing quality architecture that is equally responsible to her clients and the greater environment. Through professional experience, education outreach, and community involvement, she is dedicated to promoting all aspects of sustainable design.
As the author of Green by Design: Creating a Home for Sustainable Living, Angela shares the environmentally responsible design principles she holds dear. Her goal, in the book and professionally, is to make green building and healthy living accessible for everyone. She emphasizes the notion that green is not a menu of add-on options, but a design philosophy that integrates aesthetics, budget, function, health, and enjoyment.
Wayne L. Gordon III
After beginning his architecture career in his home state of Virginia, Wayne came west for graduate studies and has remained in Utah since. An advocate and expert in historic preservation, Wayne also recognizes that as knowledge and technology advance, new as well as timeless ideas can be incorporated and often used together harmoniously. His depth of experience and attention to detail creates elegant design solutions for a broad range of project types that AMD serves. When not architecting, Wayne likes to play music. He often performs with his wife at convalescent homes, senior centers, and such, to entertain those who are isolated from society.
Jordan is a New Jersey native and graduate of Thomas Jefferson University in Pennsylvania, where she earned a Bachelor of Architecture with a concentration in Real Estate Development. Her love of the outdoors brought her to Utah and drives her passion for environmentally responsible design. While studying abroad in Rome, Jordan was introduced to design perspectives that she continues to incorporate into her creative problem solving design process. In her free time Jordan can be found in the mountains hiking and skiing.
Jack was raised in Salt Lake City and is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley. His architectural philosophy is based in sustainable design that makes buildings more comfortable, resilient, and beautiful. Outside of the office Jack is often found brewing kombucha or hiking the Shoreline Trail.