I’ve had a lifelong interest in houses, how people live in them, and what they choose to surround themselves with. This overwhelming interest led me to my Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from Roger Williams University and then onto Pratt Institute, where I earned my Master’s degree in Interior Design. From there, I worked on large corporate projects for high profile professionals in and around New York City. The corporate design world taught me how to work in a high pressure environment, be mindful of clients with high expectations and maximize the return of investment for our clients wherever possible.
As a Project Manager for taste, I’m most fulfilled by helping clients see the potential for their space. I take pride in understanding their needs and introducing solutions they may have never considered – whether that’s adding windows, removing walls, or even relocating stairs. Unlike corporate design, I’m able to really get to know our clients, anticipate their needs, and gain their trust so that they feel confident as we embark on their project’s journey together. In the end, the best part of my job is hearing ‘I trust you; you know exactly what we’re looking for.’
After maximizing our time in NYC, my husband and I decided to leave the city and move to Rhode Island to experience a more relaxed lifestyle as we raise our family. On the weekends you’ll catch me in digging in the dirt or putting my design skills to work creating floral arrangements with a friend.