I hold a Bachelor of Interior Design from the University of Oklahoma College of Architecture. After graduation I started working for myself as a freelance designer.

After several years of contract and freelance work in drafting and graphic design, I found my way back to the University of Oklahoma by way of the College of Liberal Studies, a college specializing in helping non-traditional students obtain or finish their degrees. Later I accepted a position with the College of Architecture as the Communications and Event Coordinator, managing all college marketing, communication and events.

After moving out of Norman, I decided it was time for a change and left my position at the College of Architecture to again pursue freelance design. This allowed me the flexibility to work extensively to restore our historic home. I left self employment when I was offered a position with the Oklahoma Bar Association working again in communications.

My love of design extends beyond my career of communications and marketing. I love fashion and design history, textile and print design, and of course architecture and interior design. Much of my free time lately, however, has been spent with my husband restoring our 1928 Tudor home in the center of the city. We also have a small menagerie of animals who, for the most part, have adopted us.