Angie is a Missoula native who has returned home after practicing in San Francisco, living abroad and traveling extensively around the world. Her interests are wide ranging from the arts and hand crafted, to local food systems, health and wellness and the exchange of ideas. While doing graduate work and living in a small hilltown in Italy, she focused her thesis on how to create experiential spaces through sensual engagement (using the five traditional senses, plus the sixth sense of kinesthetic movement), ultimately to provide a lasting memory in one’s mind.
Angie’s goal is to design spaces that matter, mark time, illustrate art and craft and dance lightly on the earth, all while supporting enjoyment of life. No detail, on any job, is too small to obsess about…and wonder if it is as beautiful as can be. She applies this same love of life to her family.
Master of Architecture, with honors, 2002
University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
Italian Hilltowns Program, Civita, Italy
Bachelor of Architecture, cum laude, 1994
Washington State University, Pullman, Washington
Denmark International Study Program,