The managing directors
Jared Johnson, Principle / Founder. 415-987-4302 Jared@OuterlandsDesign.com
B.A. Physics Engineering, Fort Lewis College, Durango, Co. Graduated with honors
M.A. Masters in Architect Student, California College of the Arts, San Francisco
Jared's background in building includes work as a building inspector, civil/structural engineering work for La Plata County engineering, building foreman, custom furniture making and master of architecture studies. Jared has helped lead and define the design and build movement in San Francisco.
Will Henderson, Registered Architect, AIA, NCARB, LEED BD&C
Will has over 10 years of residential home and construction experience, including personally remodeling his own home, twice. He also has wide breadth of design experience, including teaching, software design, and serving as architect for a wide variety of building types (from single-family homes to urban mixed-use developments) and bridge types (from local pedestrian and bicycle bridges to major interstate bridges). He is intimately familiar with all design phases from programming and conceptual design to construction drawings and contract administration, and strives to smoothly guide clients through their project’s design and construction process.
B.A. in Architecture from UC Berkeley.
Michael has been designing homes in the bay area for the past 11 years. He took a brief hiatus to live in New York City where he also worked as an Architect.
Brad Johnson, Project Manager. 415-275-4626 Brad@OuterlandsDesign.com
Brad has been working in the design field most his life and has a wide array of experience in many types of design from homes to clothing. Brad also brings in a diverse background of managing construction projects from custom home to pre-fab modular in several different states.
Kelly slowed down enough for us to capture him in this photo
Kelly Linscott, Lead Builder
Kelly brings in years in the trades, hard work, a great eye for design and outstanding customer service together with being a hell of a nice guy.
University of the Philippines
Leon has practiced architecture for more than 35 years in both California and overseas. He has worked on projects from residence remodels to industrial facilities with multi-family housing. One of Leon's current undertakings is the development of sustainable typhoon resistant housing and evacuation centers in the Philippines.