I received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art History with a minor in Design from the University of Arizona. After a trip to Europe my freshman year of college, I realized I also had a love for fine art & architecture. At this point, I decided to change my major, as well as spend time abroad in Paris to emphasize my studies in art & architecture. I feel these “arts” are very influential on interior design and getting a degree in Art History has given me a border perspective on design.
Being in the design business since 1987, I have experienced all aspects of the industry. In the early part of my career, I worked for a high-end residential & commercial firm in Los Angeles, California.
I eventually ventured further south to Orange County & San Diego, changing my design emphasis to the world of model homes. I worked for several award winning national builders designing model homes, sales offices & recreational centers.
After moving to Boulder, Colorado in 2005, I had the privilege of working for a travel destination company designing their properties around the world.
Every project is different, but I approach all of them in a similar manner. I believe in classic timeless design. I treat each home as a “Blanc Canvas” keeping backgrounds neutral, then building color & texture as accents. This gives the room more versatility & the ability to make modifications more easily, so that clients can love their interiors today and for years to come.
Standard Pacific Home (Southern California Division)
California Pacific Homes (Irvine, CA)
Irvine Company (Newport Beach, CA)
Taylor Woodrow (Now Taylor-Morrison, Southern California Division)
Ryland Homes (Southern California Division)
Quintess (Broomfield, CO)
References upon request