Michelle chose a unique path to interior design, first achieving degrees in mathematics and systems engineering. She spent the first 15 years of her career in technology and accounting management, but eventually felt ready for a change and a more creative challenge. She worked her way through night classes in design school, which helped her recognize how systems technology and interior design intersect.
Michelle approaches design through a business-solutions lens, informed by her background in technology. Whether it’s saving costs by supporting processes with fewer square feet, or increasing collaboration through spatial reconfiguration, Michelle is committed to solving business challenges for her clients.
When you work with Michelle, “the buck stops here”. She makes decisions and accepts responsibility, believing there is no need to pass problems to others when she can personally solve them for her clients.