Principal, Senior Vice President

Stephen joined Williams Blackstock Architects in 2004 after practicing architecture in his hometown of Jackson, Mississippi for more than eight years – he was named Principal in the firm in 2010. His contributions to a multitude of complex projects over the last 17 years have transformed communities and college campuses throughout the Southeast. Stephen excels at approaching each project from the client’s point of view and focuses on clearly and comprehensively understanding their expectations so that his design solutions can exceed them.

Stephen is an active Member of the Birmingham Chapter of the AIA and also lends his time to the ACE Mentors Program for aspiring architects and the Rushton Child Development Center which supports the inner city with early childhood learning and diversity programs. He earned his Bachelor of Architecture from Mississippi State University.

“Stressing communication with the client, my goal is to understand their expectations and build a product that promotes overall satisfaction.”