Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, Sam Levison relocated to New Orleans in 2015. He studied Environmental Design at UC Berkeley. His love of craft, sustainability, and responsible development drove Sam to pursue architecture at Tulane University, where he received a dual Master's Degree in Architecture and Sustainable Real Estate Development. Over the past decade, Sam has been heavily involved with different community groups across New Orleans. While in graduate school, Sam was a core volunteer with Habitat for Humanity and since 2020 has been a volunteer and mentor with Son of a Saint. When not working, or volunteering, you can find him covered in sawdust in the woodshop, or trying to find the best wave in the surf.