David studied art history and studio art at Williams College, where he won the Bruce Sanderson Prize in Architecture. In 2001, he received his Master of Architecture degree from the University of Virginia, a program recognized for its focus on site planning and integration of building and landscape.
In 2008, after a decade working for high-end residential firms in Connecticut and New York, David launched his own firm on a full-time basis. His first new house project was featured in Traditional Home’s April 2009 issue, which profiled the “most sophisticated, young, traditional stylemakers nationwide.”
David currently has several renovations and new homes under construction in Connecticut and New York.