I am a licensed architect living in Lafayette, Colorado. I was formerly based in St. Louis, Missouri, where I worked as an architect for ten years specializing in high-end custom residential projects, as well as commercial, institutional, and historic work in St. Louis and throughout the Midwest.
Throughout my professional career, I have been involved in the local AIA St. Louis chapter as an associate director, and with the YAFSTL chapter as events coordinator and social chair. Committed to making architecture in service to humanity, I have enjoyed helping plan and participate in several community design charettes in the St. Louis area.
I graduated from Drury University in 2003, receiving a bachelor’s degree in architecture and a minor in architectural history. Among other design awards, I was the recipient of the Henry Adams Certificate of Merit. I graduated with honors after completing an undergraduate thesis research and design project focused on the place of history and memory in architecture.
In my free time, I enjoy mountain and road biking, photography, gardening, and professional choral singing.