Aidan Doyle was born in Galway, Ireland. He went to Castleknock College in Dublin and studied architecture at Dublin Institute of Technology and Clemson University, graduating in 2003. In 2002 he received the Homer Curtis Mickel Travelling Endowment. At Clemson he won the McMahan Award in 2002 and the St. Petersburg Prize in 2003 for best third year project and best undergraduate project. He studied in St. Petersburg, Russia during the summer of 2003 before joining Kallmann McKinnell & Wood in Boston from 2004 through 2007. At KMW he worked primarily on large-scale institutional work, including the American Embassy in Athens, Greece, Harvard University's Science Research Campus in Allston, MA and the planned expansion of the Harvards Yenching Library. Before going to Yale, Aidan worked for the M.I.T. Department of Architecture on a development project in Malibu, CA. In 2009 he was awarded the George Nelson Scholarship which allowed him to make a documentary film about late-Soviet architecture with classmate Ryan Welch, currently in production. At Yale he served as TA for Peter Eisenman and Kurt Forster and was awarded the David Taylor Memorial Prize and Franklin U. Gregory Memorial Scholarship in 2010. Aidan currently works in Rotterdam and is pursuing a Phd under Pier Vittorio Aureli.