Bachelor of Environmental Design, Texas A&M University
Master of Architecture, Harvard University Graduate School of Design
Registered Architect, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Registered Architect, State of Texas
Kelly Foster is an architect and multi-disciplinary designer. A native Texan, he has lived and practiced architecture in several Texas cities, in Boston, and in the North Shore area. Before arriving at Gordon, Professor Foster taught all kinds of design — architecture, graphic design, animation, product design, and engineering — at a high school in the Austin area for over a decade.
At Gordon, Professor Foster teaches courses at the intersection of design, art, and technology.
His research into faith and design spans several decades. Over the years it has developed into three overlapping inquiries:
His work and teaching intentionally bridge between the theoretical, theological, practical, and interpersonal dimensions of design, and he enjoys exploring all of these questions and more with students at Gordon.