Meet our esteemed panel of judges who will review each AIA Film Challenge submission and decide which films will win an award!
Gabrielle Bullock, FAIA
Gabrielle oversees Perkins and Will’s Diversity, Inclusion, Engagement program, which works to support and strengthen a firmwide culture that embraces justice, equity, diversity and inclusion. Her unique role as an award-winning principal and the firm’s Director of Global Diversity enables her to combine her passion for architecture and social justice to effect positive change at a micro and macro level.
In 2014, she was elected by her peers as a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), and served on the AIA’s Equity in Architecture Commission. She is a member of the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA), served as the 2018-2019 President of the International Interior Design Association (IIDA), and has been named as the recipient of the 2020 Whitney M. Young, Jr. Award by the American Institute of Architects (AIA).
Greg Dutton, Assoc. AIA
Raised on a farm in Southeastern Ohio, Greg Dutton draws inspiration from the Appalachian vernacular of his childhood. It was the time spent working on his family’s farm and his mother’s contracting company that led him to pursue a career in building. Through Midland, Greg has created work that is characterized by its timeless simplicity and pragmatic approach.
With projects throughout the United States, from New York and Los Angeles to the rural Midwest, Greg is equally at home designing in open green spaces and dense urban areas. He believes that the foundation of a successful project is formed through a one-on-one partnership with his clients, and draws on that collaborative spirit when creating. His work has been featured in publications such as Dwell, Wallpaper*, New York Magazine, and GQ; as well as showcased on Discovery’s Building Off the Grid and HGTV’s Restored by the Fords. Midland’s projects have been recognized through numerous awards by institutions such as the AIA and periodicals such as Architect Magazine.
John is a director and editor based in Dallas, TX. He has a knack for creating fresh content by pulling inspiration from numerous industries and aims to challenge audiences by introducing them to untold stories, diverse cultures and new ways of thinking.
John graduated from Full Sail University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Film and spent his following years in New York and Texas producing work for major brands including Calvin Klein, Fossil, GQ and The Huffington Post. He has also screened documentaries in the Cannes and SCAD film festivals and was the winner of the AIA Film Challenge 2020. John is currently the Co-Owner of The Modern Reel, a future focused production company that features projects which highlight the advancement of education, technology and architecture.
Dan Hart, FAIA
Dan Hart, FAIA, is the Executive Vice President of Architecture, member of the Board of Directors and Principal with Parkhill, located in Texas, New Mexico and Oklahoma. Based in Austin, Dan has been the Texas Society of Architects President, The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Strategic Council Moderator, Chair of the Public Outreach Committee and Co-chair of the COVID-19 Business Continuity Task Force. He will be the national President of the AIA in 2022.
Dan was a dual degree graduate in architecture and civil engineering at Texas Tech and went on to licensure as both architect and engineer. Dan has taught architectural engineering at Texas Tech University to senior level students.
Dan was the 2017 Texas Tech University College of Architecture Distinguished Alumnus and the founding President of the college’s Design Leadership Alliance.