Lindsay Schack established her career as an Architect and an educator by combining her knowledge of architectural technology with her background in psychology and research. In addition to private practice, Lindsay has instructed at Montana State University's School of Architecture in design studio and research seminars and delivered lectures on sustainability at the Universidad Latina in Costa Rica. An intuitive designer and communicator, she creates solutions that relate a client's needs to the context of the project to arrive at healthy, sustainable space. Lindsay is a Certified Consultant for the Passive House Institute-US, certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, a LEED-Accredited Professional and a member of the American Institute of Architects. She holds architectural licenses in Montana and Idaho.
When not at her desk, Lindsay pursues a mountain lifestyle with her husband, two children, and two dogs.
Lindsey Love is committed to incorporating natural and raw materials wherever possible in any project. She specializes in determining when, where, and how these materials can be the most appropriate and beautiful solution. She has balanced her design career with many seasons of construction work doing everything from framing to fine plastering, electrical work and management. Also an educator, Lindsey has led natural building workshops in North Carolina and was a visiting lecturer at Universidad de Valle de Mexico. She has a fierce belief that design makes and breaks communities and has substantial experience with tribal affordable housing. Lindsey is not currently licensed but is in the process of taking exams for licensure in Idaho.
In the winter, Lindsey is the high school nordic ski coach and in the summer she loves to trail run and backpack.
Andrea Michael spent the first five years of her architectural career working in the public sector and the next five focused on residential interiors. This broad spectrum of experience has made her able to appreciate the joys and challenges that come with both types of projects, and everything in between. Andrea is a practical thinker and a hands-on maker of things. She also has experience in business development and management. Her role at LSA is balanced between architectural design and business development duties. She is a licensed Architect in the State of Montana.
In addition to her role at LSA, Andrea runs a small business and spends as much time outside with her husband and two young children as possible.
Jakub Galczynski's work stems from a childhood passion for Chicago architecture and modern art. After graduating from Montana State Univeristy, he moved to Jackson, WY. Several years later, he finds himself back in the Bozeman, MT community. His current design interests consist of mountain homes and projects associated with wildlife conservation. Jakub is a LEED : Green Associate and NAHB : Certified Green Professional.
In his free time, Jakub can be spotted observing birds, rock climbing or trail running.
Jennissee designed and built her own tiny house, in Montana. She holds a Master of Architecture (M.Arch), from Montana State University, and is working on becoming a Certified Passive House Consultant.
Lotus Grenier Gleason values architecture as a collaborative process that can positively impact the people and places it serves. Drawing from her background as a sculptor, carpenter, and contractor, she approaches architecture from both artistic and practical directions. With training in natural building and sustainable design, she holds environmental principles at the center of her work and believes sustainable architecture is a critical piece of creating a renewable future. Lotus received her BA in Art from Reed College and M. Arch from UC Berkeley and is currently working towards her architectural license in Montana.
When not in the office, Lotus spends her time outdoors and connecting with friends, family, and community in Bozeman.
Mike Montgomery is fascinated by the intersection of technology, design, and utility found in architecture. Drawing from his knowledge in Building Information Modelling (BIM), Mike focuses on making efficient use of our design software for the production side of the business. He has provided training workshops on the use of the architectural software and has presented the concept of BIM to architectural students and staff at the University of Oklahoma. His past projects have ranged from minor residential additions to military bases and nearly everything in between.
Outside the office, Mike runs a small online business, virtual reality development and enjoys spending time outside in hiking boots, snowshoes, or a pair of skis.
Love Schack Architecture is currently seeking talented individuals for career opportunities, and we encourage submitting a letter of interest. We value individuals with shared design intent and are growing our team to respond to current demand for our services. We are looking for individuals with experience in Project Management, document production and Passive Haus-specific design. Contact us to today!