I have always been an avid student of art, architecture, history, and my environment—both interior and in nature. I spent several years in the corporate world, working across multiple industries in sales, project management and event planning. A shift into Interior Design was the perfect fit for me to incorporate my artistic passions, along with my professional drive to form strong relationships with clients. For me, developing that relationship for collaboration is essential to the success of each project. Understanding client needs lays the foundation—allowing a designer to problem solve, bring aesthetic cohesion, and creatively elevate an existing space. Our homes are our sanctuaries, more now than ever before, so being able to cultivate that sanctuary for each client is extremely rewarding.
B.A. Studio Art and Art History, Wake Forest University, 1998
Associate's Degree in Interior Design, Art Institute, 2003