Michelle is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University, where she earned a Bachelor of Architecture with minors in Architectural History and English. Enthusiastic for the opportunities and serendipities available with found spaces, she’s a proponent of adaptive reuse and renovation. Her interest and enthusiasm for renovation have resulted in a broad professional skill set encompassing architecture, interior design, and architectural renderings. Her fifth-year thesis explored the potential for cinematic movement and narrative in architecture through the development of a mixed-use Lowell, MA loft building.
Her command of parametric modeling programs and facilities with physical models supports design and documentation efforts on multiple projects at DSK. Recent projects have expanded her focus to include new construction at an institutional scale while maintaining the authenticity of design and detail.