Photo by Benjamin Allred


I'm a former military kid, mostly from Virginia & Alaska, and now call Provo, Utah home. I've lived in many places, in many houses, and somehow I wound up being the world’s most devoted homebody. My aesthetic incorporates a lot of light, natural textures, clean lines, a refined and cozy palette, and above all, a focus on shaping the design to reflect the people who use the space. 

In my home, that means: lots of natural light (I’m solar powered, did you know?), The Office on in the background (our dog is named after Pam Beesly), and meaningful artwork that makes me smile every time I see it (like a tiny original piece from a favorite local artist). 



I think a home feels the happiest when we make it a place to honor what matters most to us—to spend time with the people we love in a space that truly reflects what makes us happy.

First and foremost, each home should reflect its inhabitants more than it reflects my own preference, but I always love to incorporate clean, natural, and classic-feeling elements. I love New England architecture and design, and my aesthetic is heavily influenced by the craftsmanship and character of historic homes combined with the open, crisp feeling of more modern interiors.