Erik Bootsma is an architect practicing in Richmond Virginia. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Thomas Aquinas College, where he concentrated on theology and philosophy and he holds a Master of Architecture from the University of Notre Dame. His firm concentrates on Catholic sacred architecture and liturgical design. He has written for numerous publications and speaks throughout the country on the theology and philosophy of sacred architecture.
B.A. Liberal Arts – Thomas Aquinas College
M.Architecture – University of Notre Dame
Experience: 10 years working in liturgical design
Book: Principles of Church Architecture