Burt Pinnock is a principal and chairman of the board at Baskervill, a 123-year-old design firm. Architecture is his personal contribution to the wellbeing and vitality of our communities. Over his 30+ year career, Burt’s commitment and passion has created impactful work for neighborhoods, cultural institutions, and forward-thinking companies, including the Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia, Civil Rights Memorial Plaza at the Virginia Capitol, Colbrook Affordable Housing masterplan, and more. A founder and board member of the nonprofit Storefront for Community Design, Burt currently serves as Chairman of the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Art and Architectural Review Board and is a board member of the Legal Aid Justice Center, amongst numerous other board and committee engagements. He is a 1992 graduate of Virginia Tech and calls Richmond, Virginia home.