Meet the Studio

Alyssa Burleson

Architect
 

Alyssa Burleson

Position: Architect

From: George West, Texas

Education: Texas A&M University (Bachelor of Environmental Design); University of Kansas (Master of Architecture)

Alyssa became an architect because she loves creating beautiful solutions to difficult problems. Because we spend a majority of time in buildings, Alyssa loves that, as an architect, she can totally change the quality of the client’s life simply by creating beautiful, functional spaces. She believes that all humans are worthy of beautiful design, no matter who they are.

Alyssa is happiest doing just about anything she can outside. She loves looking out her desk window at 100 Fold to see deer prancing through the woods. Her favorite past time is building dining room tables, mainly so she has a beautiful place to share a tasty meal she cooks with family or friends.

John Douglas Burleson

Architect, AIA
 

John Douglas Burleson

Position: Architect, AIA

From: Auburn, Alabama

Education: Auburn University (B. Arch)

Registrations: Texas

Associations: American Institute of Architects (AIA)

John Douglas was lead to architecture as a way to do work that is both inspirational and purposeful. His desire is to use sincerity and an ethic for excellence to demonstrate that we can experience a transcendent God through physical creations.

John Douglas loves the peace of being remote in nature, has a soft spot for most things nerdy, and has been known to make himself laugh while talking to himself.

Tori Grosskopf

Architect
 

Tori Grosskopf

Position: Architect

From: Atlanta, Georgia

Education: Georgia Tech (B.S. Arch)

Tori has a passion to use design to bring restoration to a broken world. She is very perceptive and enjoys the challenge of finding the most effective and efficient way of meeting the needs of others.

An old soul, Tori spends her free time quilting, knitting, and baking cookies. Although allergic to most living things, Tori loves spending time outdoors trail-running and hiking.

Bonnie Matthisen

Designer
 

Bonnie Matthisen

Position: Designer

From: London, Ontario (Canada)

Education: Fanshawe College (Adv. Diploma, Architectural Technology)

Bonnie loves being able to use her passion for design to serve ministries that further God’s Kingdom. She has a passion for building relationships and desires to disciple the next generation of godly leaders.

Because of her Canadian blood, Bonnie is willing to swim in any temperature water, regardless if there are icebergs floating in it or not. She loves living in Montana and taking part in all of the adventures the state offers.

Jason Cherry

Architectural Fellow
 

Jason Cherry

Position: Architectural Fellow

From: Ann Arbor, Michigan

Education: Judson University (B.A. Arch 2010, M. Arch 2012)

Jason is devoted to being a good steward of the passions that God has given him in its multiple forms. Vocationally, this means using the many facets and nuances of architecture to communicate the gospel.

Outside of practicing architecture, Jason’s passions are wildly diverse. He loves to experience, to learn, to create, to relate, to explore, to dream… oh and ice cream, he loves ice cream.

Sam Hudson

Executive Director
 

Sam Hudson

Position: Executive Director

From: Birmingham, Alabama

Education: Samford University (B.A. Nursing)

Sam has served in missions around the world and co-founded 100 Fold Studio in 2010 with her husband, John Hudson. She is devoted to encouraging others to live out their calling in Christ.

Sam loves to alpine ski, explore the outdoors, and spend time with her husband and four daughters.

John Hudson

President & Architect, AIA, LEED AP
 

John Hudson

Position: President & Architect, AIA, LEED AP

From: Birmingham, Alabama

Education: University of Virginia (M. Arch), University of Virginia (B.S. Arch)

Registrations: Alabama & Montana

Certifications: National Council of Architectural Registration Boards

Associations: American Institute of Architects & US Green Building Council

John is committed to demonstrating the love of Christ through architecture. His passion is to invest his fifteen years of professional experience in young architects. John’s vision is to equip 100 licensed architects to serve in global missions over the next 25 years.

John loves living in Montana, but still has barbecue sauce imported regularly from Alabama. He enjoys snowboarding, biking, and making his wife and daughters laugh.

Giliane Rocha

Architectural Intern
 

Giliane Rocha

Position: Architectural Intern

From: Curitiba, Brasil

Education: Universidade Positivo (B. Arch)

Gigi believes that architecture can be used as a tool for the fulfillment of the Great Commission and also for the manifestation of the Kingdom of God bringing social justice. She understands that she was created to design spaces that promote encounters with Jesus resulting in life transformation.

Gigi is passionate about people and cultures. She is an adventure seeker and loves nature because it makes her connected to the Creator.

Ross Yarrow

Videographer / Creative Media Intern
 

Ross Yarrow

Position: Videographer / Creative Media Intern

From: Where Dorothy Was, Kansas

Education: Northwest Nazarene University (B.S. Mass Communication)

Ross believes God has placed deep value on all of life and aims to uplift, value and celebrate it through relationships, storytelling, art. His passion for creative collaboration, caring for the natural world and humanitarian efforts drew him to 100 Fold Studios.

Ross loves exploring the outdoors, being with friends, playing music, eating good food and recalling tornado stories from his Kansas childhood.

 

Madisyn Kuipers

Graphic Designer / Creative Media Intern
 

Madisyn Kuipers

Position: Graphic Designer / Creative Media Intern

From: Holland, Michigan

Education: Calvin University (B.A. Graphic Design)

Madisyn is an Enneagram Seven and strives to share the goodness she sees in the world with others through artistic expression. Madisyn grew up traveling on mission trips each year with her church and is excited to partner with 100 Fold to continue global missions and nurture her talents of creating while serving The Creator.

Madisyn is fueled by coffee and enthusiasm. She spends her free time outdoors, trail running or doing yoga by the Flathead Lake. Otherwise, you can often find her FaceTiming her nieces, drawing, or chasing after a cute dog she sees on the sidewalk.

Elizabeth Zachman

AmeriCorps Intern
 

Elizabeth Zachman

Position: AmeriCorps Intern

From: Richmond, Virginia

Education: University of Virginia (B.S. Arch)

Elizabeth is detail-oriented in her design approach and her relationships. She desires both deep understanding of design elements and how they come together to impact experience, and deep understanding of and by people. She believes a deep understanding of how people of diverse backgrounds experience space uniquely is vital to God-glorifying design.

Elizabeth will never turn down a bowl of ice cream. She is always pursuing some obscure creative endeavor (cross stitching for the moment), and loves to be outside in pretty much any capacity.

Jonathan Funk

AmeriCorps Intern
 

Jonathan Funk

Position: AmeriCorps Intern

From: Nashville, Tennessee

Education: Auburn University (B. Arch)

Jonathan is passionate about using his gifts and talents to take the Gospel to the ends of the earth. He loves how God expresses His creativity and brings hope to the hopeless through architecture. He values listening and mentoring others as they pursue all that God has prepared for them.

Jonathan has visited five continents and hopes to mark the other two off soon. He loves experiencing new cultures and is always down to try new food! An avid Auburn Tiger (War Eagle!), you can usually find him wearing some combination of orange and blue.

Kim Minch

Summer Studio AmeriCorps Intern
 

Kim Minch

Position: Summer Studio AmeriCorps Intern

From: Nashua, New Hampshire

Education: Northeastern University (B.S. Arch + M. Arch)

Kim loves to create spaces, both physical and spiritual, in which people can feel known and loved by God and experience authentic community. She is passionate about mentoring others and pointing them to their true identity and value in Christ. She also finds joy in hospitality and welcoming others.

Kim enjoys baking cookies, writing music, reading by the lake, sunsets on Blacktail Mountain, and anything that sparkles.

Michael Stolle

Architectural Intern
 

Michael Stolle

Position: Architectural Intern

From: Houston, Texas

Education: University of Texas at Austin (B. Arch)

Michael is known for his ability to include people. He does this through making places where people feel at home. His desire is to lead a life full of the freedom found in Jesus Christ in order to lead people to hope for a better future for themselves.

Watch out, he is known for creating mischief and keeps a tailored resume of his pranks. He has never had a pet, but hopes to adopt a moose one day…

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