FIRM PRINCIPALS

Amy Donohue, AIA

Amy became a principal at Bora in 2007. For the last two decades, Amy has focused on designing higher education spaces, performing arts venues, and collaborative work environments. Most recently, she served as the Design Principal for the Shanahan Center at Harvey Mudd College and the Learning Innovation Center at Oregon State University.  In addition to her higher education efforts, Amy has led numerous workspace projects for Google and Microsoft.  She currently serves on the Board of Literary Arts.  Amy holds a Master of Architecture degree from Princeton University.

Pat Harrington

Pat is Bora’s Managing Principal and oversees all business operations. He is highly active on behalf of our firm with civic and regional leadership, and especially within the arts community.Before joining Bora, Pat was our client on the four-theatre Portland Center for the Performing Arts project. He led the $42 million capital project fundraising as well as the design and construction process.Pat has a Masters of Science from the School of Business at the University of Notre Dame.

Christopher Linn, AIA

Chris is renowned as a leader in creating high-performing learning environments that are also beautiful. For 30 years he has been passionately incorporating sustainability into school designs, reducing resource demands, decreasing operational costs, and improving the experience of indoor environments. Chris was lead designer for the LEED Platinum Vernonia K-12 School in Vernonia, OR, which has become the centerpiece of this small rural community. Chris holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Southern California.

John O’Toole, AIA

John has more than 25 years of experience at Bora — with a focus on the management and supervision of large-scale complex projects.  His ability to forge collaborative relationships with clients, consultants, and contractors is instrumental to project success. Significant projects under John’s direction include more than 430,000-sf of academic and research space for three buildings at Stanford University’s Science & Engineering Quad, and the award-winning Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts at the University of California, Davis. John earned his Bachelor of Architecture from Washington State University.

Michael Tingley, AIA

Michael became a Bora principal in 2000. His work is guided by a firm conviction that architecture can transform lives and enhance community. His highly creative and interactive approach has led to work around the country on thoughtful environments and progressive design solutions for the arts, higher education and innovative workplaces. Recent projects include Airbnb’s office in Portland, the Learning Innovation Center at Oregon State and planning for the expansion of the Hopkins Center for the Arts at Dartmouth University.  Michael earned his Master of Architecture at Harvard University.

Stephen Weeks, AIA

Stephen is a design principal with deep expertise in performing arts projects.  His work at Bora spans nearly 20 years and includes the design of award-winning facilities for university and civic clients. Stephen’s thoughtful and creative approach yields flexible and technology-rich environments responsive to dynamic production requirements and evolving pedagogies. Recent projects include the Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center in Midland, Texas and two complex transformations of performance venues for the School of Music at Michigan State University.  Stephen graduated with a Master of Architecture degree from Princeton University.

ASSOCIATE PRINCIPALS

Ric Battaglia, AIA

Tom Bauer, AIA

Josh Brandt, AIA

Leslie Cliffe, RA

Brad Demby, AIA

Arjan Duyvestein, AIA

Eve Fagenstrom, RA

James Harold, AIA

Eric Hasenberg, RA

Jeanie Lai, AIA

Mike Manzi, RA

Eric Miller

Dawn Ridenour, CFO

Amy Running, IIDA

Sarah Weber, IIDA

ASSOCIATES

Christopher Almeida, RA

Kate Feiertag, RA

Miguel Hidalgo, AIA

Mark Schopmeyer, AIA

Laura Wilke, AIA