Brian Moore

Brian Moore

Lexington, KY, US



I am currently a graduate student at the University of Kentucky College of Design. I am pursuing my MArch with an expected graduation date of May 2013. 


Lexington Downtown Development Authority, Lexington, KY, US, Intern

Responsible for analyzing and compiling data concerning street and district typologies in downtown Lexington, Kentucky.

Research was organized and presented to the Design Excellence Task Force in order to create form-based guidelines for further infill and development in the city's varying districts.

Jun 2012 - Aug 2012

Maxwell Street Presbyterian Church, Lexington, KY, US, Youth and Campus Ministry Director

I am responsible for organizing all of the campus group activities at the church, as well as facilitating discussions and leading mission trips. I prepare a weekly schedule as well as extra activities for the students that are a part of the group.

With the youth of the church, I work with the associate pastor to facilitiate and organize weekly activities and delegate assignments to the youth volunteers. I have traveled internationally as a leader on youth mission trips and I am responsible for leading Sunday school discussions as well.

Aug 2008 - May 2012

Fayette County Public Schools, Lexington, KY, US, Substitute Teacher

I had the opportunity during the semester between undergrad and graduate school to serve as a substitute teacher in the Fayette County Public School System. I taught at every school level, from elementary through high school, and was responsible for carrying out curriculum left by the teachers for the day. I enjoy communicating and interacting in the academic environment, so this was a fun opportunity for me.

Jan 2011 - May 2011


University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, US, MArch, Architecture

As a graduate student, I have worked at both ends of the design spectrum during my first year. I had the opportunity to work on a House Boat to Energy Efficient Residence studio in which the students developed ways to revitalize the Kentucky houseboat industry as a means for producing modularized homes for state residents. The initial prototypes developed from the compiled research have been deployed in Monticello, KY.

At a different scale, the PERFORMA_12 studio, led by Mike McKay, focused on developing a spatial field created by identical units that could be fabricated without the use of any "mass production" technologies. We fabricated and installed a large system which dynamically changed the environment in which it was introduced while maintaining a uniformity from unit to unit.

Aug 2011 - current

University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, US, BArch, Architecture

I completed the University of Kentucky Honor's program before pursuing my degree in architecture. Studio projects ranged from small scale conservatory cabins to large scale bridge museums, and even riverfront planning in Henderson, KY. I graduated in December 2010 "cum laude" from the College of Design.

Aug 2005 - Dec 2010


Design Excellence -- Graduate Level, Award


Commonwealth Scholarhip, Scholarship

Awarded for academic merit at the University of Kentucky.


Areas of Specialization