Bachelor of Science in Design, University Nebraska, 1976. Master of Architecture, Southern California Institute Architecture, 1990.
Interior designer, Jones & Harris, Dillon, Colorado, 1976-1978; interior designer, Copenhagen Furniture, Sacramento, California, 1978-1983; exhibit designer, Designers' Guild/House Signs, Sacramento, 1983-1984; assistant project manager, Kitchell Certified Energy Manager, Sacramento, 1984-1988; planner, California Fairs Financing Authority, Sacramento, 1988-1989; architecture designer, Kaplan McLaughlin Diaz, San Francisco, 1990; architecture designer, MacCracken Architects, San Francisco, 1990; architect designer, project manager, William Stout Architect, San Francisco, 1991; principal, Kinzie & Association, Architects, San Francisco, since 1991; instructor, California College Arts and Crafts, San Francisco, 1992. Board directors Center for Critical Architecture, San Francisco, 1992.
Member City of Sacramento Urban Design Task Force, 1986-1987. President Sacramento Old City Association, Sacramento, 1985. Member American Institute of Architects, Center for Critical Architecture (board directors 1991-1992), San Francisco Architectural Club.