My design work has been most impacted by the 1960s and 70s—both decades have played a major role in my interior design perspective. They remind me of many of the houses I grew up in and around; sporting cool modernist aesthetics and unexpected linearity. I also find that I’m often inspired by my clients, and I get very excited when THEY love a space. I’m also a big sucker for vintage furniture, endlessly searching for the perfect piece that speaks to my client’s aesthetic. I love creating a home with a client, knowing they will live there and build memories in these rooms. Recently, I have been designing a lot of second homes, which are really fun because clients are a little more adventurous and laid back through the process. I have a rather predictable aesthetic: I’m always drawn to chunky over fine or thin lines, I love anything that looks like it could’ve come out of bedrock, and you won't find a lot of patterns in my spaces but rather solid hits of color.