A Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, Mark Hutker received his bachelor of architecture from the University of Cincinnati. After working with longtime mentor Jon McKee at Symmes Maini & McKee Associates in Cambridge, Mark joined Dunn Brady Associates in 1985 on Martha’s Vineyard. He purchased the company three years later and has since built it into a firm of forty- professionals now serving the communities of Martha’s Vineyard, Cape Cod, and greater New England.
Mark has served on numerous charitable boards including Island Elderly Housing, Northeastern University’s School of Architecture, and at Falmouth Academy, where he was Chair of the Facilities Committee, leading the development of a 10-point master plan over the last decade. The process included programming, design, consensus building, approvals, fundraising and construction, addressing issues from public safety and circulation to landscape beautification and the creation of an athletic stadium, all school meeting room, outdoor learning room, and a new performing arts center.
Particularly dedicated to supporting design education, Mark is a co-founder and board member of the Lyceum Fellowship, which awards international travel grants to college students pursuing architecture, and a Cabinet member for the Leaders of Design Council. Mark writes and lectures widely; recent engagements include the Harvard Graduate School of Design, Design Intelligence, AIA Custom Residential Architects Network, Residential Architect, and the Architectural Digest Home Show.