Jennifer has 16 years of experience as an architect including project leadership and management across a range of project types, with a unique background in uncovering user insights and using them to inspire design. Jennifer works directly with clients to better understand their goals for space and culture. She dives deep into the end user’s daily life, using qualitative and quantitative research methods, and then translates the results into unique design solutions which connect people to each other, solve immediate needs, and anticipate future changes. Jennifer has studied people and their behaviors around the world, including in Senegal and Tanzania, and is a trained focus group moderator. Jennifer earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Political Science from the University of Washington and a Master of Architecture from Yale University.
Some of Jennifer’s representative projects include the Bridge Building at Stanford University, the North Field Academic Building at the University of California, Berkeley, and the Woodland Park Zoo New Exhibit Pavilion.