Kyle Keirsey comes to Seattle by way of the South—born in El Paso, Texas, he grew up around a family of architects. At the beginning of his formative teenage years, Kyle made his way to Georgia and then to Alabama to begin his own venture into the family trade of architecture. While at Auburn, Kyle had the opportunity to participate in the Rural Studio, where he helped build and design structures for the underserved communities of West Alabama.
After receiving dual degrees in both Architecture and Interior Architecture, Kyle made his way up to Seattle. Prior to joining SHED, Kyle worked at a variety of firms on projects that spanned from corporate headquarters to bespoke residential, restaurants, and retail. Kyle is an active member of the Space.City board, helping expand Seattle’s exposure to the larger global design community. In his spare time, Kyle likes to draw and paint abstract compositions, inspired by the likes of Hieronymus Bosch and Keith Haring, featuring otherworldly landscapes.