Terry is a true Alaskanhe's a hunter, a fisherman, and has a love of the rugged outdoors the old-school way. Every summer weekend you can find him "down at the river;" in the fall he disappears high into the mountains. But his true passion is architecture and built environments for Alaska's people.
Terry is a founding principal of ECI/Hyer. The firm began as a joint venture in the successful pursuit of Anchorage's prominent municipal library. Terry received a Bachelor of Architecture from Washington State University. He is a wealth of architectural knowledge and provides mentorship and guidance to all members of the firm. He served as a board director for the Russian Orthodox
Sacred Sites in Alaska and the Alaska Historical Commission and has served as a member of several other historic preservation groups. Terry has led many of the firm's award-winning design projects, including the celebrated South Anchorage High School, which was the recipient of several awards and selected as a finalist for the prestigious James D. MacConnell Award. He also led the design efforts of the Savoonga K-12 Replacement School and Kodiak Fisheries Research Center.