In 1999, he participated in Reconquering Sacred Space, an international exhibition for rediscovering tradition in twentieth century liturgical architecture— exhibited in Rome, Italy.
In the 2000 & 2001 book publications, The Renovation Manipulation, and Ugly as Sin, by author Michael S. Rose, he received international commendation for traditional liturgical design within the Catholic Church.
In the year 2000, he participated with leading planners, theorists, trustees of the Prince’s Foundation and various leaders of cultural ministries in the International Symposium on Traditional Urbanism held at Highgrove— by private invitation of His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales.
In 2000 to present, he received historic preservation design consultant status for the State of Oregon Historic Preservation Department.
In 2003, he assisted in the master planning TND charette of Seabrook, a new beach town on the Washington coast for the Seabrook Land Company.
In 2005, he was published in Period Homes Magazine professional feature story covering the portfolio of his selected office projects and design work.
In 2007, he became a founding board member of the International Network of Traditional Building, Architecture & Urbanism in the United States (INTBAU-USA), a not for profit organization sponsored by HRH, The Prince of Wales.
In 2008, he participated in the New Palladians international exhibition of the world’s leading practitioners of contemporary classicism & traditional architecture.