I’m Amanda, and I’m an interior designer in Atlanta, Georgia.

I come from a family of creative people and a hometown that’s filled with great, exciting artwork. I’ve spent my entire life surrounded by creativity. So it seemed like the natural path for me to move across the country to earn my BFA in interior design from the Savannah College of Art and Design. That’s where I fell in love with the South, with design, and with my Brit husband, Ben.

In 2005, we moved to Atlanta. Since then, I’ve worked with award-winning firms like C+TC and ai3, specializing in hospitality design for restaurants, hotels, and resorts and working on some really amazing, challenging projects — at ai3, I helped bring Ludacris's vision to life with his Atlanta airport restaurant, Chicken and Beer, and worked with Intercontinental Hotel Group on several Hotel Indigo properties to give their hotels a more local feel, inspired by the culture of the surrounding neighborhoods.

As a designer, my mission isn’t just to design beautiful spaces: it’s to strike a meaningful relationship with my clients and figure out their aesthetic preferences, functional needs, and financial parameters. Once we nail down a vision together, I get to work designing a space that fulfills all of these needs. I love that no two clients are alike, which means each project is a new challenge, and a new opportunity to tell a story.