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Founded by Candace Miller, Miller Architects has consistently drawn exceedingly talented people to its ranks. People whose interests go beyond putting pen to paper to create living spaces, but who also share a genuine affection for making others happy here. When you visit our offices in the baggage building of the historic Train Depot Center in Livingston, Montana, these are the faces you will see.
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Candace Tillotson-Miller, Principal, AIA, NCARB

Candace Tillotson-Miller’s education didn’t conclude after attending Rhode Island School of Design and Montana State University where she received her architectural degree. Living the rural Montana ranch life with her veterinarian husband on their working cattle ranch has seen to that. With one foot in ranch life and the other in the design world, she offers a rare and genuine perspective to the Western lifestyle. Whether she’s revitalizing turn-of-the century homestead cabins or creating innovative new structures, her profound appreciation of the Western vernacular brings a strong degree of timelessness to her work. Both elegant and casual, her designs capture at once the romance and the reality of life out West. Graduated in 1985, a registered architect since 1991 and principal/owner of Miller Architects since 1992. Candace is an AIA member and NCARB certified, currently holding licenses in Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Idaho, Utah and New Mexico.

Joe Roodell, Project Manager

Growing up in Montana gave Joe a deep appreciation for the Western vernacular. His passion for architecture is driven from his love of the cowboy lifestyle and the American West. Joe began working for Miller Architects shortly after earning his Masters of Architecture from Montana State University in 2005. Through Miller Architects, he has had the opportunity to successfully manage a variety of projects throughout the diverse landscapes of the West. Joe’s architectural design and management skills have helped him maintain a solid understanding of each project from the early design stages through construction administration. Outside of work, Joe is always in pursuit of a true Montana adventure. You will find him spending time with his beautiful wife and sons rafting the rivers, skiing, hunting and riding horses.

Matt Miller, Project Manager

Originally from Wyoming, Matt Miller comes to the design world with a deep understanding of construction from his years working as a carpenter and mason. This far-reaching range of knowledge was put to good use when he graduated from Montana State University in the spring of 2004 with a Master of Architecture degree and joined Miller Architects soon thereafter. For Matt, there is nothing more inspiring than the wild beauty found in the landscapes of the American West. Matt appreciates a good story, guitars near a campfire, sharing a laugh with friends and family, and is always looking forward to the next trip skiing, fly fishing, hiking or hunting.

Chris Clay, AIA, Project Manager

Although Chris did not find his way to Montana as directly as some, it was a journey that has shaped his appreciation for this place nonetheless. Receiving his Architectural degree in 1997 from Temple University, he established his career on the East coast and has worked throughout the West honing his skills for the last 12 years. Joining Miller Architects in 2013, the passion for developing exceptional projects comes from his deep respect for the process of transforming design into built form. An avid cyclist, Chris enjoys travel with friends, off-roading on single track or jeep trail and living on the north side of Bozeman with his wife and Rottweiler.

Joe Rosenwald, LEED AP, AIT

Joe graduated with a Masters of Architecture from Montana State University in 2006. With experience implementing Building Information Modeling (BIM) software at architectural firms in both Minnesota and Montana, Joe’s expertise in 3d modeling has been applied to a wide variety of residential and commercial projects. He is also a LEED Accredited Professional, backing up his dedication to energy efficient design. Joe has been known to spend some time exploring the mountains, believing that the most important thing isn’t the destination but the adventure along the way. Of course, this philosophy sometimes means he spends more time in the mountains than he originally planned.

Bill Zanoni, AIT

Bill Zanoni grew up in Chicago and has spent the last 15 years in the West. He has a Master of Architecture degree from Montana State and has been working with Miller Architects,as an AIT- Architect in Training, since 2012. Bill’s experience includes carpentry, cabinet making and furniture making. He has a strong interest in sustainable design. When not working, he can be found exploring the mountain ranges of Montana with his wife and son.

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Marit Lueth, LEED AP, AIT

Raised in northern Minnesota, Marit has been an AIT – Architect in Training at Miller Architects since 2012 having earned her Master of Architecture degree in 2009. After several years working in interior design, she is now free to balance architecture with bike rides, welding and skiing through the woods.

Anna Smith, Office Manager

Growing up in Livingston, Montana, Anna spends time on the Yellowstone River and hiking/camping the many surrounding mountain ranges. She graduated from Concordia College with a Bachelor of Arts in 1986 and started with Miller Architects in 2000. Anna brings her experience in customer service and client relationship management to the forefront. She enjoys working with clients from the initial point of contact and providing support to team members to ensure their ability to provide the best product and experience to the client.

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