Brittany came to the Northwest eager to participate in Seattle’s booming urban-infill development and progressive building culture. With experience in energy-efficient, mid-rise, multifamily housing projects, she is excited to be a recent addition to the Weber Thompson team.
Her early years were spent living abroad, and the exposure to European history and buildings is where her love for architecture began. Once landing back in the US she studied architecture with an emphasis in sustainable design in both Georgia and in Oregon. The duality in geography, culture, and education between her two degrees created a fusion of sustainability-through-technology and sustainability-through-conservation ethos that has remained the backbone of her work ever since. Drawn to the field for its ability to affect local and global environments, her goal is to “create beautiful, healthy places for people while making the most efficient use of resources.”
She is a frequent speaker on Passive House design principles and serves on the Board of Directors for Passive House Northwest. When not working, you can find Brittany spending her weekends skiing or on multi-day solo hiking treks with her rescue pup, Lana.
Master of Architecture
University of Oregon
Bachelor of Science in Architecture
Georgia Institute of Technology