Born and raised in the North of Scotland, Stuart has been a resident of the US since 2004.

Professionally, Stuart obtained his architectural degrees at The Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen Scotland, with a particular interest in traditional / vernacular architecture, and historic preservation.  Understanding that most people spend ninety percent of their time interacting with buildings, Stuart strives to add value through innovation, while providing a stimulus to people in their everyday lives.

A pro-active Scot, Stuart has been involved with several American Scottish endeavors, and currently serves as Vice President (Operations) for the New Hampshire Highland Games and Festival.  A strong advocate of ‘where neighbors, friends, and problem-solvers share ideas, join leaders, and take action to create lasting change’, Stuart is an active member of the Lincoln-Woodstock Rotary Club, a Past President, and current Assistant Governor.

Stuart resides in Woodstock, New Hampshire, with his wife, and three children.

Alba Architects LLP, Woodstock & Moultonborough, NH – Partner, 2011 – to date
CPW Architects, Meredith, NH – Project Architect, 2005 – 2011
Architectural Consultant, USA & UK based consulting – Consultant, 2000 – 2005
Shepheard Epstein Hunter, London, UK – Project Designer, 1998 – 2000

Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland – Post Graduate Diploma in Advanced Architectural Studies, 2001
Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland – Bachelor of Science Honors Degree in Architecture, 2000
Cromarty School of Historic Preservation, 2000

Civic Activities:
Lincoln‐Woodstock Rotary Club ‐ Past President, Rotarian 2007 ‐ to date
Rotary District 7850 ‐ Assistant Governor, 2014 ‐ 2017
New Hampshire Highland Games & Festival ‐ Board Member, 2013 ‐ to date
Plymouth Regional High School ‐ Craft Advisory Member, 2013 ‐ to date
Scottish Heritage Center & Museum of North America ‐ Project Director 2004 ‐ 2010
Youth Coaching – Soccer, T-Ball & Basketball


Born and raised in southern Maine, Phil attended university at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago. After graduating in 1988, Phil moved to Scotland, where he practiced architecture and raised a family for the next 11 years. In 1999, Phil moved his family back to the US and settled in Moultonborough NH, and he has continued to work as an architect in the lakes region. In continuing his professional development, Phil is endeavoring to become fully versed in sustainable architecture and bring that knowledge to all facets and types of the construction industry. A LEED accredited professional, Phil is nearing completion of his own home, shortly to receive a platinum rating.

Alba Architects LLP, Woodstock & Moultonborough, NH – Partner, 2011 – to date
CPW Architects, Meredith, NH – Project Architect, 1999 – 2011
The Kennedy Partnership, Edinburgh, Scotland – Staff Architect, 1988 – 1999

Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago IL – Bachelor of Science in Architecture, 1988
Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland – Exchange Student, 1986
Marshwood High School, South Berwick & Eliot, ME – Graduate, 1983

Civic Activities:
Habitat for Humanity – Past President, 2005 – 2006
Habitat for Humanity – Board Member, 2000 – 2006