For Audrey, architecture is an exercise in constant learning and inquiry. With each design, she brings a sense of discovery to challenge assumptions and explore unearthed potential. Throughout her career, her compass has been an internal motto: “Differ in nature from what is ordinary, usual, or expected.” She’s applied this thinking to projects ranging from single-family residential to large corporate campuses in Silicon Valley.
Audrey enjoys actualizing great, sustainable design . She describes herself as someone who “gets stuff built,” and in much of her work she gravitates towards project management and the latter phases of design. She joins WRNS after serving as Senior Architect at Jensen Architects, where she worked on multiple cultural arts and residential projects around the Bay Area. Prior to that she was a Designer and Project Manager at JLS Design. While earning her Master of Architecture at Savannah College of Art and Design, her thesis investigated the issue of loss of culture and context in growing cites as they expand into the global scene.