As an Architect and a Principal at Machado Silvetti, Jeffry is involved in all aspects of the practice, from design to administration, including serving as the Director for Communications and Competitions. In all roles, Jeffry brings great enthusiasm for architecture, urban design and the qualities of space and form. He has special expertise in material fabrication, contextual investigations, advanced geometry, parametric tech, smart energy, historic and formal analysis, and representation. Jeffry joined Machado and Silvetti in 2008 as the Senior Designer for the New York University Global Center for Academic and Spiritual Life. Since this time, he has been collaborating with Jorge Silvetti, Rodolfo Machado, and the other Principals on small and large projects throughout the world. Jeffry holds two Masters degrees in Architecture, the first with Honors from the University of Idaho, and the second a post-professional Masters with Distinction from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Since 2012 Jeffry has been a visiting faculty member at the Harvard GSD where he offers instruction in Core Architecture Studios, advises thesis students, and is involved in various administrative committees.