Brandon Rogers, AIA, began his journey in architecture at Clemson University, where he excelled as a Palmetto Fellow. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Architecture, with a minor in Business Administration, in 2010. During his undergraduate years, Brandon was inspired during his transformative semester abroad at the Charles E. Daniel Center in Genoa, Italy, where he was surrounded by architectural marvels and immersed in a new culture that honed his passion for innovative design.
After graduation, Brandon sought to broaden his experience beyond residential architecture and expanded his skillset through larger-scale commercial and educational projects while still focused on creating homes that resonated with people's lives. In 2012, he returned to Clemson University to pursue his Masters Degree in Architecture and embarked on a two-month self-directed study abroad in Europe, where he further refined his design skills and was exposed to the architectural masterpieces that dot the continent.
Upon obtaining his Masters Degree in 2014, Brandon joined the Catalyst Architects team full-time and has been an integral part of the team ever since. As a third-generation architect, his passion for architecture and design runs deep, and he takes great satisfaction in guiding clients through the process of turning their thoughts, ideas, and dreams into tangible, enduring realities. Brandon's approach to every project is thoughtful, meticulous, and collaborative, emphasizing a hands-on approach that values relationships with clients.
Outside of work, Brandon enjoys spending quality time with his wife, Katie Beth, and their three beautiful boys, building long-lasting memories together. A proud Clemson Tigers fan, he never misses an opportunity to cheer on his beloved team at various sporting events and enjoy the thrill of competition. In his leisure time, Brandon often heads to the golf course to explore his passion for the game and fine-tune his skills.