Yoshio is a Project Manager at Marshall Moya Design. With close to 20 years of professional architecture experience, Yoshio’s extensive portfolio includes substantive work in commercial, large-scale residential, institutional and mixed-use work. In addition to specializing in the design of comprehensive residential and commercial projects, Yoshio is highly proficient in project management. In his role at MMD, he is actively involved in programming, schematic design, design development, preparing construction documents and comprehensive timelines and budgets, and fulfilling project specifications, while leading project management. He has contributed to diverse projects including The Howard Theatre; the University of the District of Columbia Student Center; Leckie Elementary School; DMV in the District; and a 20,000 square-foot private residence. Currently, he is working on projects for Bread for the City, Fort Lincoln, and the new stadium for DC United.

Prior to joining Marshall Moya, Yoshio was a Project Architect for Esocoff & Associates in Washington, DC. He worked directly with some of the area’s leading developers to design and manage a number of notable projects, including new construction high-rise condominiums with ground-floor retail, throughout the District and also in New York. For these projects, which included 1010 Massachusetts Avenue and Quincy Court in Northwest, DC, he served as Staff Architect and Construction Administrator, responsible for programming, schematic design, presentation for HPRB, design development, and construction documents/administration.