Fascinated by how the built environment impacts peoples’ experiences with and perceptions of space, Amanda is a detail-oriented and technically strong architect and project manager. Tailored to each site, program, and client, her work has influenced user experiences in a wide range of environments, including K-12, higher education, cultural, and community facilities.
Amanda is a member of the AIA and serves on the AIA Baltimore Equity Committee. She holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Syracuse University.
Eyeballing if something hung on the wall is level
First thing you would buy after winning the lottery?
An around-the-world National Geographic trip