Mr. Duross completed his Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the University of Kentucky, College of Design in 2015, and is currently pursuing his Master’s degree in architecture. He is currently a project designer for Martin Summers at PLUS-SUM Studio in Lexington, Kentucky. His ongoing research is in conjunction as a team member and project designer with the "Point of Departure" Studio at UK/CoD. As a multidisciplinary project with Center for Applied Energy Research (CAER), it was awarded a University of Kentucky Sustainability Challenge Grant in 2014 and 2015 to pursue design and construction of sustainable bus shelters on the UK campus. He participated at Possible Mediums as a part of Thomas Kelley’s Eye Con or: How I Learned to Draw Exactly Wrong workshop at Ohio State’s Knowlton School of Architecture in 2013, and his works have been exhibited at ACADIA with Martin Summers (PLUS-SUM Studio) as part of Disruptive Continuity for Eco-Diversity: Computation and Identity at the University of Cincinnati in 2015. He was also web-published by SuckerPUNCH and Domus (online) as a part of the Beaux Arts Ball for an installation titled Superfluous Vainglorious in 2013 and is currently in collaboration with curators at Super//Architects, a social media group, whose audience is international in scope.