Kami’s design perspective was shaped by a childhood spent in small town Kansas. Her father–a local contractor–would take a piece of paper and draw a box with windows and doors on it, and that’s how he would build a house. Thankfully, Kami’s own process is more detail-oriented.
A leader in K-12 education design, Kami enjoys creating spaces that directly benefit the people they’re built for. She was recently interviewed by a group of third graders at the San Francisco Friends School–one of the first education projects she was involved with from start to finish–and was happy to see how much the students loved their school.
Kami enjoys traveling with her husband and two children, and is an advocate for being a perpetual tourist in your own city.