J Connor Quigley
Project Manager


Bachelor of Environmental Design, University of Colorado


I spent my childhood skiing, hiking, biking, kayaking and climbing around this beautiful place we call home. I was a freestyle skier with the Aspen Valley Ski Club, and competed at the national level. After graduating from Aspen High School, I attended CU Boulder, where I earned my Bachelor of Environmental Design, and was a member of the CU Freestyle Ski Team.

After college, I moved to Honolulu, where I started working for Architects Hawaii, the oldest architecture firm in the Hawaiian Islands. During my three years in Hawaii, I volunteered with Habitat for Humanity, became a LEED Accredited Professional, and took up surfing and skydiving.

I moved back to Colorado in the spring of 2019, and worked on multi-family housing projects in Denver before finding my way back to Aspen to design custom homes. This winter, I will be coaching for the Aspen Valley Ski Club Freestyle Ski Team, and taking my architecture licensing exams.

"Architecture is really about well-being. People want to feel good in a space... On the one hand it's about shelter, but it's also about pleasure." - Zaha Hadid

F&M Architects
15 Kearns Road Suite D
PO Box 6762
Snowmass Village, CO 81615