Much like the disciplined and multifaceted art form we strive to perfect, the KMF team represents the ultimate balance in architectural creativity and function.

The pairing of energy and experience is evident in every venture we undertake, merging seamlessly with your project’s natural momentum to achieve an immersive harmony of design, utility and reliability. We are proud to feature a diverse array of talent and experience, offering our clients a personal touch unmatched in the industry. KMF brings a passionate, hands-on approach to every endeavor from the first sparks of inspiration to the full realization of a project.

Joseph H. Morgan, AIA

Even as an 8th grader, Joe knew he wanted to be an architect.  Becoming an architect and ultimately Senior Principal of the firm has taken Joe through a diverse journey that includes civil and structural engineering, cost estimating, construction management, technical design architecture, specification writing and project management. His experience spans from from boots-in-the mud to the highest levels in corporate board rooms.  According to Joe, “Every project has hurdles and problems to overcome.”  Joe finds joy in problem solving and mentoring students in the profession using his broad base of experience. In his family life, Joe has a big heart, opening his house to foster kids exiting out of the system, and using his life skills to teach them about independent living and moving into adulthood.  Joe is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati.  He is a former Board Member of the Orange County Development Advisory Board, and currently serves on the National Selective Service System Board.  Joe also plays Timpani and is an active member of his church.

Eric Oskar Kleinsteuber, AIA
Vice President

Eric is the Design Director and Architect of Record for KMF. A graduate of the School of Architecture at the University of Florida, Eric has an award winning and diverse portfolio. Approaching each project as a unique opportunity to combine design and practicality for our diverse client set, Eric explores materiality and spatial relationships in all projects regardless of scope, while retaining budget friendly and sustainable solutions. Eric is a national award-winner who is active in his local community both professionally and personally.  Professionally he serves as Chairman of the Orange County Building Code Board of Adjustments and Appeals, sits on the board of the Nils M. Schweizer Fellows and is the past President of the Society of American Registered Architects Florida Council.  Personally he sits on the board of Delaney Park Little League where he is also a Manager as well as a Youth Faith Leader at his church.  Eric is also a contemporary artist, with his work being shown throughout Florida.

Bill Emery
Senior Technician

Bill Emery is a Senior Technician at KMF Architects. He has extensive architectural experience from an illustrious career that spans the nation. Bill performs services in preliminary project documentation and construction document execution, specification preparation, project management and construction administration. Bill has worked on a variety of projects ranging from large scale higher education and corporate headquarter design to minor office suite renovations. He has diverse experience with project types that include K-12 schools and universities, churches, federal and municipal offices, commercial buildings, and single and multi-family residential complexes. Bill is a veteran of the United States Army and holds a degree in Theological Studies. He is also an active academic.

Rodney J. Bryant
Senior Project Manager

Rodney Bryant has over 16 years of planning, programming and design experience on various project types, including K – 12 and higher education, cultural, civic and municipal centers, commercial and healthcare projects. Specializing in taking projects from the conceptual design to completion, he utilizes a commitment to client satisfaction, attention to project detail and practical real – world experience to deliver highly regarded projects. Recent projects include C4ATS Advanced Tactical Systems, Brevard County Schools Security Upgrades, Diamond Resorts Unit Renovations Across the State and construction administration of the TOHO Water Authority Administrative Headquarters – Staff Expansion Alterations.

Rodney holds a Bachelor of Architecture for Florida A & M University and is a LEED accredited professional with the U.S. Green Building Council.

He is also a professional sports official, and in his spare time can be found coaching or training with one of the many youth organizations for which he volunteers.

Carl Shea

Carl grew up in Jacksonville, and is a long-time Florida resident. He attended the University of Notre Dame where he received his professional degree in Architecture. He is a licensed Architect in Florida. Carl is an experienced Project Architect / Project Manager on many different project types including international, military, commercial, aviation, government / institutional, educational, and residential program types. His experiences are international, working in countries across the globe. He has been active with the American Institute of Architects, serving on the AIA Orlando Board of Directors for 5 years as Secretary, President-Elect, President (2008), and Past President. He also served on the Local Planning Committee for the 2017 National AIA Convention in Orlando. He has done pro-bono work for Habitat for Humanity, and also served on the Vestry for his church.

Samantha Scimé

Samantha earned her Master’s degree from the University of Florida Graduate School of Architecture. Her passion for architecture developed at a young age when she realized how much architecture defines and shapes our day to day experiences. Samantha’s natural creativity, curiosity of human behaviors and understanding of spacial relationships, combine to develop unique and creative solutions specific to each project and client. Her 3 years of experience as an owner’s representative has equipped her with in depth knowledge of project management and owner focused solutions at varying scales. Samantha’s ability to harmonize imagination and energy with the purpose and function of a project makes her a vital asset to the KMF team.

Edward Thomas
Construction Observation

Edward Thomas, AIA is a 60 year veteran of the Architecture industry bringing an indispensable wealth of knowledge to the KMF team. Running his own practice for over 50 years, Ed designed several recognizable and prestigious projects throughout Central Florida, including Barry School of Law, McNamara Pontiac, First Baptist Ocala and Westside Baptist Gainesville. Ed came out of retirement and joined KMF in 2016 providing construction administration services, performing field visits and assuring quality control in the built environment. Ed's also provides constructability and materials review.

Alex Terry

Alex is an important part of the KMF Architects team.

Stephanie Doherty

Working at KMF, is the pursuit of a lifelong passion for Stephanie. She has had a love for interior design since she was a child, constantly re-imagining her and her friend’s rooms, and later advising on paint, furniture selection and layout. A career in the telecommunications industry took her away from that, until she ultimately decided to pursue her dream full-time. While earning her Bachelors Degree in Interior Design, Stephanie started working at KMF as a Design Assistant and ultimately became a Project Designer after graduation. Stephanie also works as the Office Manager and keeps things running smoothly for our team.

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KMF Architects is an Orlando owned and operated full service Architecture and Interior Design firm specializing in client satisfaction through design. We founded our studio with the intention of augmenting the built environment, and we believe that quality design is attainable using pragmatic methods. Our design approach stems from the foundations of modernism, where the functional needs of each client are formally manifested and respectfully integrated with the surrounding context. Through diligent analysis, conversation, and client interaction, we are consistently able to present thoughtful solutions for each project.

KMF has worked to achieve national and local recognition for the use of innovative design strategies, including award-winning environmentally conscious solutions that not only enhance the user’s experience, but improve the surrounding community. Our understanding of sensible ways to occupy space, coupled with materiality and sustainability, is what makes our design methodology so valuable.

Realizing that every new Architectural generation has a unique and current design approach that can add to our established principles, we maintain our value through a diverse employment of talented individuals from all age groups. This same diversity is implemented in each project as individual skills are utilized to take on unique client requests. The result of our collective philosophies generates Architecture that is rooted in experience, and fed by youthful momentum which leads to genuine, quality work.

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