Christopher Miller joined John Milner Architects in 1998 and became a Principal of the firm in 2009. Christopher is a registered architect with over 25 years of experience. He has a particular interest in historically significant ecclesiastical, institutional and cultural property projects that involve restoration, rehabilitation, adaptive-reuse and sensitive additions. Throughout his career, he has also remained actively engaged in new traditional residential and building design projects, which are inspired by his knowledge of historic precedent. His wide-ranging professional experience includes programming, master planning, research and on-site investigation, conditions assessments, historical documentation, project management, construction documentation and construction review. He has directed large, complex consultant teams through all project phases. Christopher was particularly inspired by the ecclesiastical architecture of Florence, Italy and throughout Europe during a study-abroad program and he received the American Institute of Architects Scholastic Award upon graduation from Kent State University. Soon after receiving his registration, Christopher spent 6 years with the University of Delaware as an architect, planner and project manager. While at the university, he worked on large capital building projects and was actively involved in the restoration and adaptive reuse of numerous 19th century ecclesiastical and residential buildings. He has been engaged in numerous professional organizations throughout his career, including the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Partners for Sacred Places, the Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia and local historic organizations. Many of his projects have been recognized for their excellence at local, regional and national levels.