My focus is on interior architecture and furnishings for residential and hospitality projects. My projects along the California coast range from the renovation of a historic 1922 Spanish Colonial in Sea Cliff, to a landmark mid-century townhouse in San Francisco's Russian Hill, to a sustainable hotel in the redwoods of Big Sur. My work has been published in Interiors, California Homes, California Home and Design, and The San Francisco Chronicle. The Glen Oaks Big Sur hotel project received Hospitality Design Magazine's award for creative achievement for Green/Sustainable hotel of the year and has appeared in Sunset, Travel and Leisure, Vogue, The New York Times Style Magazine, and the Today Show on NBC. I have a degree in architecture from Penn State University
and I'm an instructor at The Academy of Art University in the Interior Architecture department.
Interior architecture, space planning, furnishings and finishes, joint venture projects with architects, renovation and new construction, projects 5K to 10K square feet.
Napa / Sonoma, San Francisco Bay Area, Carmel and Big Sur
Certifications and Awards
2011 Hospitality Design Awards for Creative Achievement - Glen Oaks Big Sur - Hotel of the Year - Green / Sustainable Design