Katelyn has fostered an interest in the built environment since a sixth grade ‘dream house’ class project. Starting at Vermont Technical College and the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, she has earned doctorates at the University of Hawaii and Bond University in architecture, focusing on human behavioral studies and developing a deeper connection with the natural world through architecture.
Outside the office, Katelyn teaches at Vermont Technical College, guest lectures and researches the history of architecture in extreme environments. She is also an avid runner, completing marathons around the world, but enjoys the backroads of Vermont the best.
Contact Katelyn at firstname.lastname@example.org