DESIGN STUDIO LEADER
M.Arch Harvard, B.Arch Cornell, Fulbright Scholar to Italy.
Study under Rafael Moneo, and teaching assistant for Jorge Silvetti at Harvard.
Project manager/project designer for 3 1/2 years with Peter Marino and studio leader for 4 1/2 years with David Rockwell. Pioneer Works Center for Art and Innovation, Founding board member.
AIA - RA Alaska, California, New York. Trimble Architecture, director.
Inventor of a monocoque bicycle frame technology that was banned by the United States Cycling Federation (USCF) for creating an unfair advantage because of its aerodynamic properties.
RA New York, B.Arch Cornell. Project Manager/Project Designer. Collaborator for 11 years.
Leader on the Stanford White townhouse, the Gramercy Park residence, Lady M Cake Boutiques, and a country house on Antiparos in Greece.
B.S. in Arch, M.Arch Texas Tech. Project Manager / Project Designer. Collaborator for 10 years.
Leader on the Teviot Estate, and a townhouse specialist (Canal Street, 13th Street, Berry Street).
Thesis prize in industrial design for a carbon fiber racing wheelchair (to this day hanging over the desk of the head of the industrial design department).
Patent holder for innovative compression bladder bicycle frame suspension.
More recently Roo has designed, engineered, and fabricated an innovative 3 wheeled car called the Roopod.
Spartan College of Aeronautics.
Patent holder for a one piece composite bicycle frame building process that revolutionized an entire industry.
Founder of Kestrel Bicycles, patent sold to Trek, and the rest is history. His GT Superbikes raced in the 1996 and 2000 Summer Olympics.
B.S. in Arch, Texas Tech, Managing Director of Special Project
B.Arch, U.Dublin, junior project manager
B.Arch, Pratt, project manager
B.Arch, U.Dublin, project manager
M.Arch Polytechnic of Barcelona / B.Arch Polytechnic of Valencia, project manager