Jim Goodspeed is an architect with 25 years of experience working on a variety of project types including residential, commercial, institutional, office, housing and more. He has worked in the studios of world renowned architects such as Daniel Libeskind and Tom Kundig, designing projects in Seattle, Chicago, New York, Calgary, Berlin, and London.

He is active in the community – including perennial involvement with the South Lake Union Community Council, and he has served on committees for the Lake to Bay trail, the Denny Substation, and the Uptown and South Lake Union planning efforts. He is also a writer and docent for the Seattle Architecture Foundation.