K-12 Education


Bill Laughlin, AIA

As the firm’s K-12 sector leader, Bill imparts his learning environment design expertise to benefit clients and colleagues alike. He applies nearly three decades of experience to find the best possible design solutions within given projects’ limits. Bill is based in Charlotte.

Michael Blake

Michael Blake, AIA

Michael’s educational design expertise is reflected in award-winning campus master plans, site designs, classrooms, lecture halls, academic offices, residence halls, and historic building restoration. He has more than 20 years of experience designing learning environments throughout the country and is an Accredited Learning Environment Planner.


Bill Brown, AIA

Bill offers clients extensive educational facility design knowledge gained over the course of his 30-year career. Based in the firm’s Fairfax location, he enjoys collaborating with clients and communities to achieve their visions for their schools.


Jim Copeland, AIA

Having joined Moseley Architects in 1981, Jim has dedicated his career to partnering with school districts and educators to design schools. An advocate for high performance design, Jim enjoys designing learning spaces that incorporate sustainability strategies. Jim is based in the Raleigh office.


Ashley Dennis, AIA

Ashley is passionate about the advancement of education through innovative space designs. She draws a deep sense of pride from bringing joy to students and teachers through projects of all sizes, from renovations and additions to entirely new schools. She serves as the K-12 sector operations manager and a managing principal. Ashley is based in Raleigh.


Stephen Halsey, AIA

Stephen understands that good design can empower teachers to implement new instructional methods and inspire students’ breakthroughs in learning. He leverages nearly three decades of experience to serve as a knowledgeable, responsive, and accessible resource for clients. Stephen is based in Richmond and is the president of the Virginia Chapter of Association for Learning Environments (A4LE).


Jim Henderson, AIA

Jim manages the firm’s Harrisonburg office. He has spent his entire career with Moseley Architects and understands the importance of designing schools that resonate with educators and students.


Jim McCalla, AIA

With over 30 years of educational facility design experience, Jim values opportunities to apply his expertise assisting clients in creating the most effective design solutions for their educational programs. Jim is based in the Richmond office.


Billy Riggs, AIA

Joining Moseley Architects in 1993, Billy has collaborated on facility planning and design with dozens of public school systems. His enthusiasm invigorates stakeholder workshops and encourages the discovery of designs that are both efficient and uplifting. Billy is based in Richmond.


Doug Westmoreland, AIA

A career-long school architect, Doug shares his enthusiasm for designing inspiring learning environments with clients and colleagues alike. A champion for consensus building, he strives to deliver designs that respond to curricula and respect budgets. Doug is based in the Richmond office.


Jimmy Wilhide, AIA

Jimmy strives to provide students with the best opportunity to learn through the help of well-designed learning environments. He has established strong relationships with clients throughout North and South Carolina by understanding their current and future needs. Jimmy is based in Charlotte.