Studio G Architects Expands Design Team

Studio G Architects recently welcomed two new professionals to its team, Anelise Bateson as a Firm Associate and Donald Respress Jr. as a Designer.

Before joining the Studio G team, Anelise served as a Project Manager at Cube 3 Studio as well as a Project Architect for Elkus Manfredi and Prellwitz Chilinski.  At Studio G, she will work on design and management of educational, institutional, and housing projects, coordinating project teams and collaborating closely with clients. Her 16 year-experience managing a variety of large projects for public, institutional and private clients complements and expands the range of projects Studio G can deliver. In addition to project administration, Anelise will contribute to Studio G’s business development efforts.

Prior to working at Studio G, Donald had a 15-year career working for several technical companies, as an electrical engineer and in management before he decided to pursue an architecture career.  Donald will graduate from the Boston Architectural College with a Master of Architecture later this year. He brings a passion for design and expands Studio G’s expertise in 360 visualization for educational and housing projects.

“We are thrilled to have Anelise and Donald join Studio G.” said Gail Sullivan, Managing Principal of Studio G. “They have the right blend of skills, energy, and experience.   They are great additions to the Studio G team. We will draw on their individual strengths to create people-centered spaces that respond to our clients’ values and programs.”

Visit our People page to learn more about Anelise and Donald!

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