Daniel Moriarity, AIA,  FOUNDING PRINCIPAL  Started Studio M Architecture and Planning in 2013, bringing with him over 27 years of successful project management. A graduate of the University of Notre Dame, Dan grew up the youngest of seven siblings in Cambridge, IL and now resides with his wife Laura in Carmel, IN.

Daniel Moriarity, AIA,

FOUNDING PRINCIPAL

Started Studio M Architecture and Planning in 2013, bringing with him over 27 years of successful project management. A graduate of the University of Notre Dame, Dan grew up the youngest of seven siblings in Cambridge, IL and now resides with his wife Laura in Carmel, IN.

Dan Moriarity
Principal

Dan Crapnell, LEED AP BD+C.  FOUNDING MEMBER  A graduate of Ball State University, Dan assists in project development as our resident Building Information Modeling (BIM) expert. When not in the office, you might find Dan wrangling his pet cats, growing his beard, or improving his leather working craft.

Dan Crapnell, LEED AP BD+C.

FOUNDING MEMBER

A graduate of Ball State University, Dan assists in project development as our resident Building Information Modeling (BIM) expert. When not in the office, you might find Dan wrangling his pet cats, growing his beard, or improving his leather working craft.

Dan Crapnell
Project Architect

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Ariana Moreno
Interior Designer

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Son Pham

Chris Harrison, Assoc. AIA, earned his B.S. in Architecture in 2010 and Masters of Architecture in 2012, both from Ball State University in Muncie, IN. During his time in school, he was involved with the Fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI), Rotaract, and the American Institute of Architecture Students. After completing grad school, he transitioned from a graduate research assistant to a full time employee at the Institute for Digital Intermedia Arts (IDIA) Lab where he continued his focus on the research and development of virtual reality, photogrammetry, and other technologies in the context of Architecture. His collaboration with Prof. Jonathan Spodek FAIA around the use of photogrammetry in Historic Preservation resulted in a chain of workshops, presentations, and publications from a multinational workshop in Izmit, Turkey to the 3D Digital Documentation Summit in New Orleans, and ultimately for the American Institute of Architects’ national conference on Architecture in New York City in the summer of 2018.    Outside of work, Chris is involved in community service and the arts. He is an active member of Rotary International, and serves on the boards of the Mike Ellis Rotary Park and Muncie Symphony Orchestra, and has participated as a grant review panelist for the Indiana Arts Commission. In whatever time he has left, Chris enjoys time with his dog Hendricks, travelling, and pursuing a hobby in aviation. He is a licensed private pilot and certified Part 107 drone operator, and has the goal of returning to training for an instrument rating after completing his requirements for initial licensure as an architect.

Chris Harrison, Assoc. AIA, earned his B.S. in Architecture in 2010 and Masters of Architecture in 2012, both from Ball State University in Muncie, IN. During his time in school, he was involved with the Fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI), Rotaract, and the American Institute of Architecture Students. After completing grad school, he transitioned from a graduate research assistant to a full time employee at the Institute for Digital Intermedia Arts (IDIA) Lab where he continued his focus on the research and development of virtual reality, photogrammetry, and other technologies in the context of Architecture. His collaboration with Prof. Jonathan Spodek FAIA around the use of photogrammetry in Historic Preservation resulted in a chain of workshops, presentations, and publications from a multinational workshop in Izmit, Turkey to the 3D Digital Documentation Summit in New Orleans, and ultimately for the American Institute of Architects’ national conference on Architecture in New York City in the summer of 2018.

Outside of work, Chris is involved in community service and the arts. He is an active member of Rotary International, and serves on the boards of the Mike Ellis Rotary Park and Muncie Symphony Orchestra, and has participated as a grant review panelist for the Indiana Arts Commission. In whatever time he has left, Chris enjoys time with his dog Hendricks, travelling, and pursuing a hobby in aviation. He is a licensed private pilot and certified Part 107 drone operator, and has the goal of returning to training for an instrument rating after completing his requirements for initial licensure as an architect.

Chris Harrison
Graduate Architect

Joshua Mazur, RA, LEEP, AP  FOUNDING MEMBER  Josh completed his Master of Architecture at the University of Oklahoma. With a project management background in healthcare and higher education, Josh specializes in solving complex problems through design. In his spare time he enjoys coaching and officiating youth sports and developing his culinary skills.

Joshua Mazur, RA, LEEP, AP

FOUNDING MEMBER

Josh completed his Master of Architecture at the University of Oklahoma. With a project management background in healthcare and higher education, Josh specializes in solving complex problems through design. In his spare time he enjoys coaching and officiating youth sports and developing his culinary skills.

Josh Mazur
Associate Principal

FOUNDING MEMBER  When in doubt, ask Robin. Robin is our receptionist, accountant, human resources manager, studio assistant, probation officer, and counselor. Robin resides in Fishers, IN with her two children and husband Andy.

FOUNDING MEMBER

When in doubt, ask Robin. Robin is our receptionist, accountant, human resources manager, studio assistant, probation officer, and counselor. Robin resides in Fishers, IN with her two children and husband Andy.

Robin Mills
Office Manager

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Laura Moriarity
Marketing Director

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Alex Marsh
Project Manager

Joshua Sims, a recent graduate of Ball State University, assists in project development, fulfilling one of our newest intern positions here at Studio M Architecture. When not in the office, you might find Josh managing his apparel company called 2ezeapparel, pretending to be a chef in his kitchen, or laughing at comedy movies and shows.

Joshua Sims, a recent graduate of Ball State University, assists in project development, fulfilling one of our newest intern positions here at Studio M Architecture. When not in the office, you might find Josh managing his apparel company called 2ezeapparel, pretending to be a chef in his kitchen, or laughing at comedy movies and shows.

Josh Sims
Graduate Architect

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Nick Alexander
Project Architect

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Joe Moriarity
Graduate Architect

When not protecting the universe against evil and bad guys, René puts into practice his architecture skills at StudioM where he navigates through complicated construction documents and helps design castles in the sky.  In his previous life, Rene was world class matador who blew out his knee in a spectacular bullfight in Acapulco in ’94. He had also two memorable stints in rehab.

When not protecting the universe against evil and bad guys, René puts into practice his architecture skills at StudioM where he navigates through complicated construction documents and helps design castles in the sky.

In his previous life, Rene was world class matador who blew out his knee in a spectacular bullfight in Acapulco in ’94. He had also two memorable stints in rehab.

Rene Martinez

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Jordan Crook