A Professional Practice, Construction, and Sustainable Design Lecturer, Todd also serves as UCLA Architecture and Urban Design’s Architect Licensing Advisor for students and alumni recording experience through AXP or preparing for ARE and CSE exams, an organizer of the annual Career Fair, and Faculty Advisor for AIAS, USGBC Students, Renewable Energy Associates, and Student Action Research teams at the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability.
Todd is Principal Project Planner and Green Building Specialist at UCLA Capital Programs, enforcing UC Sustainability Policy and campus LEED certification efforts. To date, Todd has completed 47 certifications, 16 at Platinum level. Todd serves on the UCLA Sustainability Committee, the UC-wide Green Buildings Working Group, and the Board of the USGBC-Los Angeles Chapter.
Todd is a Founding Partner and Principal of Sharif, Lynch: Architecture, an award-winning practice focused on residential and commercial projects in Southern California that emphasize sustainability. Prior to joining UCLA in 2009, Todd’s notable past projects included the Barnes Foundation Philadelphia by Tod Williams |
Billie Tsien Architects, the Annenberg Public Policy Center at UPenn by Fumihiko Maki and Associates, and the Seattle City Hall by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson.
|M.Arch., University of California, Berkeley|
|B.A., Yale University|
- 100,000 GSF Mixed-Use development on a corner in Downtown Los Angeles with a 15,000 GSF Fútbol Flagship store, 5-a-side FIFA regulation rooftop pitch and 19 private apartments.
- Yoga studio, Calabasas, CA
- Adaptive Reuse, a proposal for the 2017 Burnham Prize Competition for the Chicago Architectural Club