About our designs: 

With experience in architecture, furniture design, sculpture, and video game world-building, our work brings a unique approach to any design project, from digital Archviz videos and VR, to physical buildings and furniture.

Scott Keyes

Designer and Builder:

 Architecture + Video Games + Furniture

  • Scott founded Steel Marsh in 2014 and works on architectural design, video game design, 3D modeling, construction drawings, renderings, cinematic videos, scene / world building, virtual reality, and the design and construction of physical furniture and lighting projects.

  • Architecture degrees from Clemson University School of Architecture and North Carolina State University.  Also studied at Clemson Architecture Studios in Barcelona, Spain and New York City.  Minored in Fine Arts w/ a focus on modern sculpture using steel at Clemson.

  • Born and raised in Charleston, South Carolina, studied both traditional and modern design while working with local architects, Neil Stevenson Architects and Glenn Keyes Architects.

  • Scott grew up as the son of a Preservation architect in historic Charleston, and was always building things, from Legos to furniture, and now buildings and video games.


  • He enjoys designing video game worlds to explore in Virtual Reality, where the buildings he designs aren't subject to pesky things like gravity.  He is currently working on a trilogy of video games called ChronoTecture.


Julie Keyes

Architect / Project Manager

email: julie@steelmarsh.com

  • Julie is a registered Architect and has managed numerous projects including high-end custom residential in Kiawah Island, SC.  She joined Steel Marsh as a Partner and Project Architect, and works on everything from custom residential to commercial restaurants.

  • She graduated from Clemson and NC State's schools of architecture, and has worked for prominent architecture firms in Greenville and Charleston, SC, including Chris Rose Architects, Johnston Design Group, and Cummings & McCrady Architects.


  • She is thankful that the field of architecture has provided a challenging outlet for her creativity, and loves seeing a design realized with her clients.

  • Julie and Scott got married in 2015 and currently live in Charleston on Johns Island with their cats and other wildlife.