A native of southern Indiana, Lisa was exposed to residential architecture and construction at a young age when her parents underwent the process of designing and building their family home. Watching the house come together sparked a deep interest in the field and, as a child, Lisa was often found drawing her own floorplans. Since then, she has developed a love for both residential and institutional design that lies at the intersection of the digital and physical. As a result, Lisa frequently uses analog models and modes of hand fabrication to inform and enhance the digital design process.
Lisa holds a Master of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Science from Ball State University, where she also received a minor in Interior Design. When she’s not in the office, Lisa is an avid baker and enjoys getting outside to hike and explore new places.