Our team at Jackson Brown Palculict has been committed to the study of classical architecture as a catalyst for our designs for over 30 years. Our founder, Brooks Jackson, emphasizes the use of color, texture and ancillary shapes to make each new project both fresh, timeless, and as memorable as the classical structures that inspired them.


Jackson has instilled that dedication to inspirational design in each of our associates, and our firm is as well known for our expertise in structural and energy efficient design as it is for the striking visual impact our designs have on the communities where they come to life.


We bring this focus to each project we undertake, including public and commercial structures as well as sculpture, memorial installations, public art and other unique design assignments.


The people at Jackson Brown Palculict Architects are a highly motivated group of experienced professionals.

Brooks Jackson

Chairman Emeritus and founding partner of Jackson Brown Palculict, Brooks is an asset to the firm as a resource of knowledge and experience. He received his arts and sciences and architecture degree from the University of Arkansas in 1968. He is the founder of the Firefighters’ Foundation of Little Rock, and serves on several civic organization boards.

As of the founder of the firm in 1983, Brooks built the foundation and established the principles on which the firm operates today. Currently, he is serving his second term as the President of the Arkansas State Board of Architects, Landscape Architects & Interior Designers. He is heavily involved in his community, founding and serving on the board of multiple non-profit and professional organization, and has tirelessly given his personal time and services back to that same community that raised him.

Brooks is an avid outdoorsman, and has been featured on the Outdoor Network for duck calling, and has also achieved two “World Slams,” having harvested a bird from all of the subspecies of turkey. He coaches the youth trap shooting team in Stuttgart, and spends his time after retiring with his grandchildren, especially loving to attend their sporting events.

H.F. “Bunny” BrownH.F. “Bunny” Brown, IV

Bunny Brown is the President of Jackson Brown Palculict, directing the efforts of the project team, including project planning, scheduling, budgeting, design, client relations and quality assurance. He received his architecture degree from the University of Arkansas in 1993, and in 2014 he became the first Arkansas architect to be named “Eco Hero” by the Arkansas Green Guide.

As President and Owner of JBP Architects, Bunny oversees all aspects of the business. He is directly involved with ever assignment taken on by the firm, and he uses his experience and expertise to steer each project to the highest level of design, most cost-effective, and the most beneficial to JBP clients.

A native Arkansas, Bunny grew up in Little Rock and graduated from Catholic High School in 1987 as a member of the state championship football team. He has served on the Dean’s Circle for many years and recently was named a “Fellow of the College of Architecture” at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. Having logged hundreds of dives around the world, and swimming with whales, stingrays, and sharks, Bunny is an Advanced Open Water (AOW) Diver. He also enjoys sailing when he is not practicing architecture.

Randall PalculictRandy “Randall” Palculict

Vice President of Jackson Brown Palculict, Randy Palculict manages and directs the efforts of the project team. His responsibilities include project planning, scheduling, budgeting, design, client relations, quality assurance, marketing and graphic design, as well as new client development. Randy received his architecture degree from the University of Arkansas in December 2002. He also served two years as the AIA Central Section Chair from 2009-2011.

Randy was a founding member and Treasurer for the Architecture and Design Network. He has served as Director and Vice President on the AIA Arkansas Board of Directors, as a member of the Executive Committee, Past-President of the AIA Arkansas, and is currently serving on the STEM Coalition Board of directors as Secretary. He received the 2020 Dick Savage Memorial Award from AIA Arkansas, given to a member of the Arkansas Chapter who has made notable, significant contributions to AIA Arkansas and the profession.

Randy was born in Tarragona, Spain, and spent most of his childhood moving across the United States. His family is from El Dorado, AR and Fayetteville, AR, and he has always considered Arkansas home. Randy has traveled to Washington D.C. multiple times as part of a grassroots delegation to Arkansas legislators. He enjoys playing guitar and received his second-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do in March 2016.

Heather CopeHeather Cope
Assoc. AIA

Heather Cope is involved in all phases of the design process and construction administration for Jackson Brown Palculict. Heather has a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, with honors, and a Masters of Architecture, having attended the University of Tennessee and the College of Architecture and Design. She has experience in educational design in Arkansas and residential renovations projects in New York.


Her responsibilities include traveling to obtain onsite measurements of original buildings, creating as-built drawings, and production of construction documents. Heather received numerous awards and scholarships for her academic achievements and has a strong foundation in sustainable design.


Heather likes spending her free time outdoors and traveling. She has hiked the Cascades and Olympic mountain ranges while living in Seattle, the Ozarks and Ouachita in Arkansas, and recently enjoyed a trip to Berlin, Germany.

Rafael SeguraRafael Segura
Assoc. AIA

Rafael Segura is the newest member of the Jackson Brown Palculict team and graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2017 with a Bachelor of Architecture. He has an interest in both design and construction processes. While completing his education, Rafael had the opportunity to travel to different areas in the United States and Mexico, to further his learning experience and appreciate well-designed buildings and urban spaces.


Though new to the office, Rafael is excited to learn and gain more experience. He was born in Houston, TX, and moved to Little Rock with his family when he was nine. He has grown to consider Arkansas his home.


Rafael enjoys spending his free time keeping up with his favorite soccer team’s scores and news, as well as practicing the sport.

Mary Brooks StovesandMary Brooks Stovesand
Interior Design

An Allied Member of the American Society of Interior Design, Mary Brooks Stovesand is responsible for managing all aspects of the firm’s interior program. Along with extensive experience in interior design, she brings expertise in space planning and furnishing to each project, helping clients coordinate and achieve their vision for their interior space.

With a major in Interior Design, Mary Brooks received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Central Arkansas in 1997. She has served as the Interior Designer for Jackson Brown Palculict for seven years.

James D. Vandiver Jr.James D. Vandiver Jr.
Security Analyst

With a long, successful history in law enforcement that includes most recently serving as the Chief of the Arkansas State Capitol Police, James Vandiver Jr. serves as the firm’s security analyst. His expertise ensures that proper risk assessments are made, and all security needs are met during the planning and construction process.

James educational background includes graduating from the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy, the United States Secret Service Dignitary Protection School, and the International Association of Chiefs of Police Executive Development School.

Misty SnellMisty Snell
Marketing & Office Manager

Misty Snell has been with Jackson Brown Palculict since 1999. As the marketing coordinator and office manager, Misty is responsible for monthly invoicing, preparing project specifications, contract preparation, client relations, archiving, and marketing efforts.