Bradley Bartholomew leads a team of architects and designers dedicated to creative and innovative sustainable design at Little Diversified Architectural Consulting located in Charlotte, North Carolina. With more than 15 years of experience in design and construction, Brad’s diverse body of work includes civic, commercial, hospitality, retail and residential commissions, which have garnered regional, national and international attention. This significant level of experience has helped him form an expertise in design and the ability to realize this vision in meaningful architecture. Son of a general contractor, Brad grew up with an understanding of how things get constructed in the field. This early influence evoked a desire to create built environment and led him to Syracuse University where he received his Architecture degree. Brad is currently NCARB certified and registered in the states of New York, New Jersey and North Carolina. In addition he is a LEED accredited professional and an active member of AIA. Early in Brad’s career he lived and worked in both Boston and New York City. Here he was impacted and also contributed greatly to several noteworthy architectural firms. In addition he was active as a guest critic at several universities in the northeast. While a member of The Stubbins Associates (now KlingStubbins) he collaborated with the Office for Metropolitan Architecture on the Guggenheim Museum in Las Vegas. This project received mention from many architecture publications including Architectural Record and World Architecture Magazine. Once in New York he spent time at Hillier Architecture (now RMJM‐Hillier) and eventually settled at Arquitectonica where he led and played an integral role in numerous large scale international projects. Brad’s portfolio highlights from this period include Lulu Island Master plan in the UAE (also documented in Architectural Record), Seoul International Finance Center, Revel Casino, Ellipse Residential Tower, Rohm Haas China Research and Development Center, French Science Center at Duke University, University of Puerto Rico Biomolecular Research Building, Emerson College Residence Hall and several mixed‐use complexes in Asia. Ultimately, Brad joined the team at Little Diversified Architectural Consulting in Charlotte, North Carolina where he currently is a Director of Design. Since his arrival, he has focused Little’s practice on sustainable design beyond the LEED checklist. As a result they have enjoyed successful explorations on what it means to practice”creative and innovative” sustainable design. Most recently this has led to their submission for the Re:vision Dallas competition being selected as one of 3 top finalists.