Project Architect

Dwayne brings his 25 years of architectural experience in residential, commercial, educational, institutional. retail and religious projects.   In addition to design, planning, and construction documentation, Dwayne integrates Building information modeling and a creative 3-D design process to every project.

Mr. Van Horn graduated from Temple University in Philadelphia PA; he is an active member of the Baltimore AIA chapter and has received several awards from the The Home Builders Association of Maryland and Professional Remodeler.



Project Architect

Erica studied architecture at Pennsylvania State University.  After completing her Bachelors of Architecture in 2002, she joined Penza Bailey Architects, Inc. where she gained expertise in luxury residential design and construction.  Erica managed multi-million dollar residential projects including new construction, renovations, and additions.

In addition to residential designs, Erica also directed commercial interiors projects and ADA compliance studies.    During her career Erica has developed design communication skills utilizing BIM – building information modeling, used in both the creation of construction documentation and 3-D renderings for client visualization.

Since joining Levin/Brown in 2014 Erica has completed numerous residential projects and several renovations for institutional and commercial clients. Erica completed her professional registration exam in 2018 she is a licensed Architect in the state of Maryland.


Project Architect

George R. Fowler, Jr. completed his primary course work for a Master of Architecture degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,School of Architecture in Troy,New York in 1993.  George also received a Master of Arts degree in Philosophy from the University of Minnesota in 1988 and a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York in 1984.  Joining Levin/Brown in 1997, George has been an Architectural Project Manager on numerous synagogue projects and other commercial buildings.  Some recent projects include Temple Sinai, Las Vegas, Nevada a 45,000 sq ft renovation and addition, a 20,00 sq ft re-roofing project for Temple Israel in St. Louis Mo, Or Atid of Richmond VA, comprehensive renovation/addition.  In 2009 Mr. Fowler also consulted on Gamberi Regional Hospital, 65,00 sq ft – Gamberi, Afghanistan, for the army corp of engineers developing a new prototype hospital.

Prior to joining Levin/Brown, George worked with Kann & Associates, Inc. of Baltimore from 1995 to 1997 concentrating on nursing homes/assisted living facilities, large-scale retail projects and some historical restorations.  He spent the prior year with D. R. Brasher, Architects, Inc. of Columbia,MD working on large scale commercial and corporate projects and heading a Small Projects Team for commercial renovations and additions.  From 1988 to 1994, George worked with several firms expanding his skills in the areas of surveying, construction documents and shop drawings and custom residential design and detailing.



Project Architect

Robert studied architecture at Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University. He completed his Bachelors of Architecture Degree in 1992 and received several awards including the distinguished Alpha Roe Chi Medal of Leadership, Service, and Merit. Prior to completing Bachelors, he was solicited by the University President to conceptualize a 60 million dollar Multi-use Arena for the primary campus. This arena project was the largest dream of the university.

After earning his degrees, Robert worked at multiple firms while pursuing a complimentary visual art & music career. He gained tremendous design leadership and business development experience. Key markers of Roberts career include leading his joint venture team to win the 60 million dollar arena he designed in school (later named after the state Senator Alfred Lawson, Jr.); working directly with Senator Charles Clary, FAIA; leading DAG architects as the Assistant Director of Design/Design Advocate; designing AIA award winning built and unbuilt projects, and making key contributions for DAG to be awarded AIA firm of the Year.

Robert has utilized design communication skills with BIM (building information modeling) technology his entire career and firmly believes in the famous quote, “Architecture is frozen music”. Since joining Levin/Brown in 2015, Robert has designed religious, civic, and residential facilities.