George Jewett founded Jewett Design in 2006 to focus on new residences and large-scale remodel design. Prior to Jewett Design he was a vice president at Brayton+Hughes Design Studio, where he worked for 10 years.

His work has received awards from the AIA and Interiors magazine as well as being published in Western Interiors and Design, San Francisco Chronicle Magazine, Residential Architect, Interiors, and the books West Coast Rooms (book) and Lofts-New Designs for Urban Living.

In 1997 Mr. Jewett was appointed to the Board of Trustees of California College of the Arts and has served for four years as chair of the Academic Committee.

He also serves on the Facilities Committee, the Committee on Trustees, and on the Executive Committee. In the past he served on the Advancement Committee, the Finance committee, and the Presidential Search Committee.

Mr. Jewett also serves as president of the George F. Jewett Foundation. He formerly served on the Architecture & Design Review Board in Hillsborough, the board of trustees of the University of Puget Sound, the board of a drug-intervention program for high school students as well as the board of another family foundation.

He enjoys racing vintage cars, sailing, and photography.

George earned his bachelor of arts in business from the  University of Puget Sound and a bachelor of architecture from California College of the Arts.