Barry Seiler is a Registered Architect with specialized experience in historic preservation. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Polymer Science from the Pennsylvania State University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Architecture from the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. Barry worked as a research and production chemist in the building industry prior to pursuing a parallel tract of architectural training and apprenticeship in the cabinetmaking trade. Twelve years of professional woodworking culminated in ownership/management of a custom furniture studio, where he specialized in restoration of antiques. He followed this with a season of building timber-framed structures. After six years of managing projects for a leading Southeast region preservation architect, Barry joined John Milner Architects in 2007, and has since conducted condition assessments, code analysis, restoration design, and construction administration for many nationally significant historic buildings. Barry is a member of The National Trust for Historic Preservation, Association for Preservation Technology (APT) Delaware Valley Chapter, The Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County and Historic Barn and Farm Foundation of Pennsylvania. His other interests include photography and beekeeping.