David Foley has worked in environmental building since 1980, as a designer, builder, teacher and researcher. Early in his career he worked for the Maine State Office of Energy Resources, the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and several architecture firms. In 1994 he joined Sarah Holland to form Holland and Foley Architecture, a design firm emphasizing quality, beauty, efficiency, durability, and health in buildings. David was a 1996 German Marshall Fund Environmental Fellow, allowing him to travel throughout Northern Europe researching “green” building practices. He taught classes in Sustainable Design for the Boston Architectural College for 11 years. David lives in Northport, Maine with his wife Judy Berk, communications director for the Natural Resources Council of Maine. David enjoys gardening, music-making, and sea kayaking. He has a Masters of Architecture from the University of California, Berkeley, a Masters of Professional Studies in Resource Economics from the University of Maine, and a Bachelor of Arts in Community Design from Dartmouth College.