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March 15, 2023





MG2 announced the promotion of Roy Hague, Amy Hart, and Mitch Pride to principal in the Seattle office.

Hague NCARB, LEED AP, is the principal in charge of the Program Design studio, focusing on designing creative prototypes for established and emerging markets, including the electric vehicle and e-commerce sectors. With 20+ years in the profession, he utilizes a comprehensive and methodological approach to solving design challenges. Hague earned a Bachelor of Applied Science in Architecture from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and a Master of Architecture from the University of Washington.

Hart is a principal in the Client Programs studio in Seattle with a focus on Costco Business Centers in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. With more than 15 years in the profession, she is a results-oriented designer who is continually refining her approach and searching for efficiencies across design process, budget, and delivery. Hart earned a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Idaho.

Pride RA is a principal in the Consumer Experiences studio, responsible for resourcefully turning complex retail concepts into solutions that excite and engage the consumer. His extensive portfolio includes Hush Puppies, Brilliant Earth, Tommy Bahama, and Allen Edmonds. Pride earned a Bachelor of Architecture from Oklahoma State University and a Master of Architecture from Cornell University. He has been honored with multiple awards including VMSD's Designer Dozen, design: retail's 40 Under 40, PAVE's Rising Star, and CenterBuild's Leaders Under 40.

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