James McCrery is an architect of great talent and sensitivity… he was easy to work with and practical, in terms of understanding today’s liturgical norms. I cannot praise him too highly. Very Reverend Giles Dimock, O.P., Prior of the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, DC

McCrery Architects, LLC

McCrery Architects, LLC is the professional architecture practice of James McCrery. James is an expert practitioner with more than 18 years of experience in classical architecture and successful projects throughout the United States.

James McCrery

James McCrery received both his Bachelor of Science in Architecture and his Master of Architecture from the Ohio State University. It was through his experience in the offices of Allan Greenberg that he developed his profound interest in Classical and Traditional Architecture.

In 2007, James founded McCrery Architects, LLC. Since 2007 McCrery Architects has completed a variety of projects including the U.S. Supreme Court Book Store, the statue pedestal for President Reagan now displayed in the Rotunda of the United States Capitol, a private residence in Alexandria, Virginia, and several church projects.

James has been a registered architect since 1998 and is currently licensed in Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia, Massachusetts, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina, Illinois, Florida, Georgia, and Wyoming. He is certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB).

James is active in the American Institute of Architects, the Institute for Classical Architecture & Classical America, the National Civic Art Society, the Society for Catholic Liturgy, and the Supreme Court Historical Society.

In addition to his practice of architecture, James has given lectures to the U.S. General Services Administration, the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture, the Virginia Chapters of the American Institute of Architects, and the Lost Crafts Association.

His projects have been published several times, most recently in a new book by Denis McNamara, Catholic Church Architecture and the Spirit of the Liturgy. James has contributed to the pages of the City Journal and First Things magazine.