Nicole is a Colorado native whose design interests date back to her childhood and to watching her dad in his woodshop. She was immediately smitten by the art of building and knew she wanted to be in a creative profession. After completing her undergraduate degree in architecture at the University of Colorado, Nicole went on to a graduate degree from Philadelphia University where she studied sustainable design.
She is particularly interested in thoughtful, efficient, sustainable design and loves to work closely with her clients to create beautiful and functional spaces that are sensitive to our environment.
As a Project Architect at TerraCotta, Nicole is responsible for the architectural drawings and the full development of construction documents for permit and building. Beyond the architectural design process, Nicole remains fully involved in the evolution of the construction process. Her strength in space planning, code research and zoning regulations provide the perfect foundation for a beautiful project outcome.
In her spare time - and true to her Colorado roots - Nicole loves to be outside. You will always find her playing soccer or baseball with her kids, walking her dog Charley, or cooking and baking with her food-obsessed husband in their Decatur home.
- Philadelphia Univ., M.S. Sustainable Design – 2009
Univ. of Colorado, B.A. Environmental Design, Architecture – 2006
LEED BD+C Certified