Todd has been positively impacting the environment through design and community service for more than three decades. A graduate of Virginia Tech, he relocated to Charlotte in 1984 to begin his architectural career, and became a Principal of Morris-Berg in 1998.
Todd has served as Project Designer, Project Architect, and Principal in Charge for a wide variety of projects in the region, and has focused much of his career on the design of public architecture, including schools, colleges, universities, and municipal projects.
A firm believer in the importance of corporate citizenship and using his leadership skills for the good of the community, Todd has served on numerous Boards and Committees, including Chair of the Cabarrus County Planning and Zoning Commission, Chair of the Concord Historic Preservation Commission, and Board of Directors for the Cannon Memorial YMCA. He also believes strongly in service to the profession, and served as an Officer and Director for AIA Charlotte for 8 years, including President of that organization in 2012. He was on the AIA North Carolina Board of Directors, the Construction Professionals Network of North Carolina Board of Directors, and was a founding member of the AIA Charlotte Architects for Education Committee, for which he received a Presidential Citation in 2006. He served on the AIA Charlotte/UNC Charlotte Travelling Fellowship Awards jury for three years, and was the only professional member of the review committee for the Director of the School of Architecture at UNC Charlotte.