Jesse Miller, AIA
Jesse brings a diverse set of skills and experience in awarding winning architectural projects, community planning, creative place making, and community education initiatives. His varied project and client experiences have taught him how to balance innovative and practical ideas to meet project needs.
Prior to joining Megamorphosis, Jesse led the RGV office of buildingcommunityWORKSHOP, a non-profit community design center, gaining valuable leadership experience while cultivating and fostering relationships with clients and partners.
Jesse earned a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and a Master of Architecture at Ball State University, located in his home state of Indiana. While in graduate school, Jesse studied at the Instituto Technologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Mexico working on his thesis titled "Between Tradition and Dissent: Learning From and Working With Ignored Communities".
Master of Architecture
Ball State University, 2008
Bachelor of Science
Ball State University, 2006
State of Texas #26888
Housing Authority of the City of Brownsville, Board Vice-Chair
Brownsville Housing Opportunities Corporation, Vice President
AIA-LRGV Executive Committee, President Elect
Texas Southmost College, Adjunct Architectural Professor
Texas Architect Magazine, Publication Committee member
Brownsville Main Street Advisory Board, Chairperson
Brownsville Public Utilities Board Community Advisory Panel, Chairperson