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Clay Wetherington



“Architecture has a responsibility to humanity and the world we share. Rooted in meeting the needs of others, the application of creative visioning and technical knowledge allows me to responsively shape space in the spirit of service. It is an honor to serve through the design of beautiful, affective, and effective places that mold our lives and build our communities.”

Clay joined the Dykeman team and the architectural profession in 2016. After receiving his bachelor’s degree in applied mathematics from Florida State University, he served the public at the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. An aspiration for a more tactile means of service then led him to obtain his Master of Architecture from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University.


Clay’s varied background leads him to approach design from a foundation of strong analysis and stewardship for the public and the natural world. Additionally, he enjoys learning and applying new knowledge and building strong, meaningful relationships. His love of architecture comes from a desire to be of service, shape the experienced world, and synthesize his passions for art and science.


When outside the office, Clay can be found hiking or running with his wife through the beautiful natural and urban settings of the Greater Seattle area, visiting the park with his sons Felix and Frankie, or visiting one of the many fantastic museums. He can often be found with a sketchbook exploring both real and imagined visions.

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