Today we’d like to introduce you to Marc Mosley.
Marc, let’s start with your story. We’d love to hear how you got started and how the journey has been so far.
I studied architecture at Auburn University and graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture in 1990.
My first job out of school was with Ferry-Hayes Designers. They are an interior design firm specializing in country clubs, law offices, banks and city clubs. Ferry-Hayes taught me how to detail classical interior architecture and the art of space planning from the inside looking out.
Several years later I went to work for Design Traditions. I had worked for this residential design firm in college and decided to return to help them start a commercial architecture division. While there I earned my State of Georgia Architecture License in 1995. We specialized in community development and country club design.
Carlson Harrell Architects was my next step into commercial architecture. We specialized in auto auction facilities, multi family living, schools, restaurants and low-rise office buildings.
In 1999, I decided to hang my own shingle and started Marc B. Mosley Architects. In the same year, I met Ryan Gainey and learned about garden design. I would end up being his architect for the next 17 years until his tragic passing in 2016. My firm specialized in residential and commercial architecture and garden design.
I decided to join forces with Lance Carlson to create Carlson & Mosley Architects in 2002. We grew to a 5-person firm and continued our practice until 2014. This same year, I started Mosley Architecture & Gardens.
As a sole proprietor, I am responsible for all aspects of the firm. I run a full-service design firm involved in commercial, institutional and residential design. My practice includes both architecture and landscape design. I also manage projects for several of my clients by providing product delivery and installation.
We’re always bombarded by how great it is to pursue your passion, etc. – but we’ve spoken with enough people to know that it’s not always easy. Overall, would you say things have been easy for you?
I think the biggest challenge with owning my own firm through the years has been marketing. You just never know when and if the next job is coming down the pike. The recession of 2009 really hurt Carlson & Mosley Architects and eventually caused its demise.
So, as you know, we’re impressed with Mosley Architecture & Gardens – tell our readers more, for example what you’re most proud of as a company and what sets you apart from others.
Mosley Architecture & Gardens is a full-service design firm involved in commercial, institutional and residential design. My practice includes both architecture and landscape design. I also manage projects for several of my clients by providing product delivery and installation. The fact that I have a high level of expertise in architecture, garden design and interiors is a very unique ability. However, it is also very hard for people to understand what I can do. Am I an architect or am I a garden designer? Actually, I am both and it allows me to create projects that speak clearly from the inside out and from the outside in. A client can hire me to satisfy all their design needs rather than working with multiple design consultants which leads to a more cohesive design solution. And as a sole proprietor they only have to look to one person.
So, what’s next? Any big plans?
No big changes in the future. I just want to continue to provide a great service to my clients and create interesting solutions to their problems.
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