Seab has extensive experience in every aspect of the design of exemplary projects. His passion for excellence is shared with his business partner, Kem Hinton. In 1984, they formed Tuck-Hinton Architects to explore the allusive possibilities of symbolism in design. This symbolism is not arbitrary but contextual and has influenced the design of their projects from private residences to schools, from college buildings to civic structures, and from museums to commemorative parks. The resulting work of the firm has been recognized with over 150 awards and has been featured in numerous publications.
- Bachelor of Architecture, Auburn University, 1975