Which project with Mark Odom Studioare you most proud of?
I am most excited about a new restaurant project and specifying the interiors package. The architecture bones of the project are historical; the addition/renovations we proposed bring the past into the present, weaving into the ever-changing context of the neighborhood; and the chef has a clearly defined vision for how all of this is connected to his concept of food for the restaurant.
Barton springs around 8am; green belt hiking/swimming; eating at all the new spots around town!
I eat an apple and banana every day but my favorite is popcorn.
Where in the world would you like to visit most?
Even though I’ve already been there, Hanoi—but if I had to pick a new spot, Beruit.
How do you take your coffee or caffeine?
Iced in a large cup with a splash of milk.
What is your favorite thing about working for Mark Odom Studio?
The people! Specifically, not taking themselves too seriously, understanding the balance of work and play.
Can you list one space or structure that inspired you when you were little?
St. Patricks church in NOLA. We'd go every Christmas Mass, and I was always in awe of the ornate detail, height, and craftsmanship. Even now as an adult, I still look forward to walking into that space.
What is one thing most people don’t know about you?
I am very competitive—I blame this on being the fifth of six kids, and one of only two girls.