With 10 years of experience in the architecturally adjacent field of construction and equipment finance, Reed Campbell offers a different perspective to KCCT's domestic studio. Having previously worked with developers, contractors, and municipal governments in Virginia and West Virginia, he realized that his real interest lay in project design rather than project funding, resulting in graduate degrees in Architecture and Real Estate Development and a career change. His background affords him an acute understanding of the financial complexities and costs involved in bringing a project to fruition, knowledge he now applies to his projects from a design standpoint.
Prior to his tenure with KCCT, Reed worked in account management, investment analysis, and credit analysis before he was assigned to client relationship management. It is this experience that has shaped his approach to the delivery of large, complex institutional projects. A native of Columbus, Georgia, he now resides in Washington, DC, where he enjoys reading and discovering local bookstores and coffee shops, experiencing new wine and restaurants, and hiking and backpacking.
Years of Industry Experience
Master of Architecture, Tulane University
Master of Sustainable Real Estate Development, Tulane University
Bachelor of Arts, History, University of Georgia
Bachelor of Business Administration, Finance, University of Georgia