After remodeling a bathroom for an aging client, and personal experience with a family member with Alzheimer’s, I realized there was more to design than “meets the eye.”
With two decades of experience in media and design, I wanted to do something more meaningful in my field.
My graduate work in the Design for Human Health program at Boston Architectural College brought together the psychological, biological and sociological aspects of design that I am so passionate about.
I specialize in designing environments for those who are Aging-in-Place, need Universal Design or are looking at ADA standard, as well as other human conditions (Autism, Alzheimer’s, Cognitive Disabilities, PTSD, Paraplegia, etc.) My original training in social work makes me uniquely qualified to help you find the best resources to meet all of your unique needs.
Let’s work together to create the environment that is tailor-made, just for you….
In the Press
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