George Hartman, FAIA, "is a designer, teacher, and publisher. An internationally acclaimed architect, George is principal emeritus of Hartman–Cox architects and co-publisher of Academy Press. He oversees design and manages the business. George was founding principal for 40 years of Hartman–Cox in Washington, D.C., which has received over one hundred national and international design awards, including the American Institute of Architects Firm award in 1988 and American Institute of Classical Architecture firm award in 2006. George is a Fellow of the AIA and the American Academy in Rome, and recipient of the prestigious Centennial Award in 2005, the highest honor bestowed by the AIA DC Chapter. In addition to the Pencil Points Reader, he co-edited with Warren Cox Hartman–Cox: Selected and Currents Works (Images, 1994). George received his BA and MFA in architecture from Princeton University. He has taught at Catholic University, North Carolina State University, and the University of Maryland, and has served on numerous juries and lectured extensively. He has also served as president of the AIA Washington Chapter, and as a member of the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts and the U.S. Department of State’s Architectural Advisory Board of the Foreign Buildings Office." 
He is married to Jan Cigliano.
- Co-founder, Academy Press
- National Advisory Board, Center for the Community Interest
- Director, Arthur C. Clarke Foundation