Seeing how the power of the built environment impacts human interaction is at the core of Jordan Nelson’s ambition as a designer. He joined Anderson Ashton in 2018 and arrives at work each day imagining possibilities, thinking forward about inventive architecture and creatively solving problems. Prior to joining Anderson Ashton, Jordan worked for the Chipstone Foundation at the Milwaukee Art Museum as a designer and woodworker. He says his grandparent’s barn is one of his favorite buildings because it reminds him of the people who have come before and all the work and energy that defined such a simple yet intricate structure tied to a specific time and place. Jordan says connection to nature is a necessary piece of his identity and as such spends his free time outside hiking, fishing and sporting.