Brodie has always been fascinated with the space around her. A Seattle native, Brodie regularly found herself as a teenager in Downtown Seattle spending quiet time observing people and their interactions with various spaces in the city she grew to love.
During a high school trip to London, experiencing urban spaces filled with many different types of people, Brodie finally felt part of the rest of the world. This only strengthened her curiosity for people and places. It motivated her to move to multiple cities as well as pursue interdisciplinary degrees with studies in architecture, landscape architecture, sociology, psychology, math, physics, art, biology, and botany.
A true interdisciplinary professional, Brodie’s multifaceted background has led her to campus planning, strategic program planning, and urban design for multiple client types—all together the perfect fit.