Tommy Vince is a project designer at David M. Schwarz Architects in Washington, DC, and has been with the firm since 2019. He holds a Bachelor of Civil Engineering, a Bachelor of Science in Architecture, and a Master of Architecture with a concentration in Classical Architecture and Urbanism from The Catholic University of America. Tommy received the David M. Schwarz Travel Fellowship while in graduate school, where he studied the European Public Square in Italy, France and England. He received the 1st place Graduate Thesis Award at CUA for his project based on this fellowship. Tommy’s work has been featured in the student portfolio of The Classicist No. 16 and 17. He was fortunate to have received the Mark Ferguson Scholarship and the Christopher H. Browne Scholarship to travel and study with the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA) in New York City, Williamsburg, VA, and Rome, Italy. Tommy serves as a co-chairman of The L’Enfant’s, which is the emerging professional’s group of the Washington Mid Atlantic Chapter of the ICAA, as well as a board member for the WMA Chapter. Tommy has taught architectural courses at CUA’s School of Architecture and Planning and with the ICAA.
Tommy has worked on a variety of projects in the office including Vanderbilt University’s Rothschild College, Longwood University Music School, St. Charles Catholic Church, and a mixed-use residential project in Newton, Massachusetts.
Outside of the office Tommy enjoys sketching, reading with his book club, kickboxing, and traveling with his family. Tommy lives with his wife, Morgan, and their Pembroke Corgi, Dorothy in Maryland. They are expecting their first child in late summer.