Erin is an inquisitive designer with laser sharp focus. Drawn to architecture’s ability to connect people to their place, she is interested in how the built environment can curate and impact an inhabitant’s experience.
Before joining WRNS Studio in mid-2018, Erin worked in Boston, MA for three years. There, she rolled out a new workplace concept, Workbar at Staples, a co-working program designed to help the retailer maximize underutilized spaces in three of their suburban locations. The efficient design was a natural extension of her work style — team-oriented and deadline-driven with a reputation for delivering innovative solutions, quickly and meticulously. Additionally, she has experience with commercial and restaurant projects, providing unmatched drawing and visual aid support, as well as consultant coordination. Intrigued with larger scale projects, Erin works with the studio’s Intuit Bayshore design team (and previously with Facebook Menlo Park), and assists with other firm-wide projects.
Erin is a registered architect in Massachusetts, New York, and Connecticut and is currently in the process of obtaining her California architecture license. She earned her Bachelor of Architecture from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. During her tenure, she was awarded a Brown’s India Traveling Fellowship and was granted the opportunity to work at Le Corbusier’s Mill Owners Association Building in Ahmedabad, India, developing a rehabilitation program with the building’s director. A portion of her architectural portfolio was published in Margaret Fletcher’s “Constructing the Persuasive Portfolio, The Only Primer You’ll Ever Need”. When she’s not setting the bar for good design, you’ll find her traveling and capturing the essence of a city through photography.