Kurt Dubbe - architect

Kurt Dubbe, AIA

Principal and Founder

Kurt is one of the two founding partners at DMA. He studied architecture and historic preservation at Virginia Tech and University of Minnesota. In addition to residential and interior design, Kurt maintains a strong passion for historic preservation and community revitalization. He was a founding member and past chair of the Teton County Historic Preservation Board. He is currently on the Wyoming Review Board for National Register Nominations, and the Wyoming Monuments and Markers Advisory Committee, and on the Board of Advisors for the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Kurt’s interests include spending time with his wife and family at their mountain cabin in northwestern Montana, and their place near South Pass City in central Wyoming.

Chris Moulder - Architect

Chris Moulder, AIA

Principal and Founder

Chris is the other founding partner at DMA. Originally from Huntington, Connecticut, he wanted to explore more of the United States and chose to pursue his architectural degree at Kansas State University, with a special emphasis on vernacular architecture. Upon graduation, Chris (and his wife Jolene, office manager at DMA) moved to Jackson, where he worked for other local firms before joining forces with Kurt Dubbe to form DMA. Chris is very involved in the community, having coached Little League and Babe Ruth baseball. He currently serves on the Rafter J Ranch Architectural Review Committee and is a past member of Teton County Parks & Recreation Board and the Jackson Hole Youth Baseball Board. He enjoys playing softball, fly fishing, and photography.

Learn more about Kurt and Chris in this featured article in Western Home Journal.

Architect in training

Mackenzie King

Architect-in-Training, Project Manager

Mackenzie is originally from Washington and received both her Bachelors of Science and Master’s degrees in Architecture from Washington State University. Before coming to Dubbe Moulder, Mackenzie worked as an intern for the Western Center for Historic Preservation in Grand Teton National Park. She has a knack for graphic design, sketching, and building models. Mackenzie loves living in Jackson Hole as she’s an avid hiker, fisher, kayaker, snowboarder and Nordic skier.


John Fabian

Project Manager

John is from the farm country of Southern Illinois. He earned his Associate of Applied Science in Architectural Technology at John A. Logan College, and a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies at the Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. After high school, John served our country for seven years in the United States Army and the Illinois Army National Guard as an Artillery Forward Observer and a FIST Team Leader. Upon leaving the military life, John and his wife moved to the Jackson area. John is an avid shooter and hunter and enjoys shooting clay pigeons and hunting big game and waterfowl all over the world.

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Ben Luigi Weisbeck

Project Manager

Ben is originally from Attica, New York, where he spent many years working as a carpenter for his father’s construction company before he went to college to study architecture. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Alfred State University. Ben is passionate about implementing new architectural practices with historic buildings as well as designing for the environment. He enjoys the outdoors when not at work: back-country skiing, hiking, mountain biking and white water rafting are a few of his favorite pastimes.

Female CAD specialist

Nereida Ortiz

CAD Specialist

Born in Durango, Mexico and raised in Tetonia, Idaho from the age of 4, Nery (pronounced net-TEE) has an Associate of Science in Drafting & CAD Technology from High-Tech Institute in Phoenix, Arizona. She has now been a drafter for the past TWENTY years and, coming from a family of hard working immigrants that have all inspired her, she applies their same work ethic and attention to detail to the field of drafting. The loves of her life are her two sons and her husband; together they enjoy camping, fishing, four-wheeling, snowmobiling and traveling.

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Ethan Moulder

Architect-in-Training, Project Manager

Ethan joined the DMA team as an architect intern in 2019. He is DMA principal Chris Moulder’s son and attended Kansas State University where he received his Master’s in Architecture. He was inspired at a very young age by his father’s profession. He is now close to becoming a licensed architect, working on his fourth exam out of six, and intends to use his time wisely at DMA by learning all he can. When not working, remaining true to his original passion as a child, Ethan likes to build things, and he enjoys a variety of sports and outdoor activities.

Find out more about him.

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Atia Rahman


Atia just joined the DMA team. She was born in India and grew up in Qatar. She earned her Bachelors of Architecture from the Birla Institute of Technology in India and followed that with earning a two year Masters of Architecture degree from Kansas State University. Her skills using AutoCAD, Revit, Rhino, Sketchup, and V-ray, as well as Adobe Suite, have prepared her well to start her professional career. She loves watching movies and has a passion for languages.

Read our blog post on her answers to our questions.

Andy Bocardo

Andy Bocardo

CAD Specialist

Born in Hueyotlipan, Tlaxcala, Mexico, but raised in the Teton Valley area, Andy’s first glimpse into the architectural world was through his first job as a concrete laborer. Working alongside his father he saw his first set of plans and knew that he wanted to become an architect. In his last semester to complete his Bachelors in Architecture at the University of Idaho, his goal is to help with designing for the environment through sustainable practices. Coming from an immigrant family with two younger siblings, he feels being the oldest has always been tough as he wants to show his parents that their struggles paid off and be a role model for his younger siblings by showing them that anything is possible as long as you work for it. Currently married, he hopes to start a family sometime in the near future.

Student architect

Evan Wendte


Evan completed her academic internship with DMA in 2021 and earned her Masters in Architecture at Kansas State University in May 2022. She was eager to return to the Jackson office and immediately jumped into several projects. Her passion for architecture is fueled by a combination of the love of art and dedication to service. Both born and raised in Kansas, Evan and her husband Matthew have enjoyed their new home in Star Valley.

You can read here the answers to a series of questions we asked her.

Claudia Ramos


We’re very happy to have recently welcomed Claudia Ramos to our DMA team. Born in Peru, Claudia earned her Bachelor of Architecture and Urbanism from Ricardo Palma University in Lima. After graduating in 2019, she began her architectural career, working on residential and commercial projects as well as in interior design. During the pandemic she was able to move to Jackson. Claudia’s skills in Autocad, ArchiCAD, Sketchup, and V-ray, as well as Adobe Suite, have prepared her well to be part of DMA’s team. She is a wonderful addition to our staff!

DMA office manager

Jolene Moulder

Office Manager

Jolene is DMA’s bookkeeper and office manager. A farm girl from Kansas and the youngest of eight kids, Jolene attended Kansas State University, earning a Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education. She met Chris Moulder while attending KSU, and they moved to Jackson in January of 1989. Now that their children, Lucas, Abbie and Ethan, are grown, Jolene has shifted from involving herself in “kid organizations” to serving Shepherd of the Mountains Lutheran Church, volunteering with Hole Food Rescue and working as the coordinator of the Jackson Hole Community Blood Drives. A summer person, her free time is filled with hiking, kayaking, paddle boarding and fishing, and in the winter, staying warm and reading good books.