A licensed architect at Weber Thompson since 2012, Emily’s technical, artistic and detail-oriented work method has made her a dynamic and valued team member.
With over twelve years of experience in all phases of design from pre-design through construction administration, Emily has worked on a variety of project types including large-scale mixed-use, multi-family, and higher education.
Emily has a keen interest in sustainable design and has been a long standing member of Weber Thompson's Sustainabiliteam, a group that spearheads the firm’s environmental methodologies and research of sustainable and energy-efficient design options. In 2017, Emily underwent rigorous training to become a Certified Passive House Consultant (CPHC), which honed her expertise in energy-efficient detailing and high-performing envelope design.
Highly active in the community, Emily co-chairs the AIA Seattle Women in Design committee. She is passionate about encouraging young women to pursue technical fields and champions a workplace culture that supports diversity.
A Pacific Northwest native, Emily earned her Master of Architecture and University of Washington and has a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art from Whitman College.
Bachelor of Art in Studio Art
Master of Architecture
University of Washington
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