Jasmine has wanted to be an architect for as long as she can remember. Since stating her intentions at the age of ten, surrounded by stacks of hand-drawn floor-plans, she’s worked to make that dream a reality. Before attending the University of Oregon to major in architecture, she spent her years in school taking every art class available.
While working towards her Bachelor's degree, she got involved in as much as she could; mentoring first-year students, participating in design-build projects, attending architecture competitions, and studying abroad. Her summers were spent interning with ZGF Architects in Portland.
After graduation Jasmine and her sister explored Europe before she headed to San Fransisco for a new adventure. While in the bay area she worked at a residential firm where she designed houses all over the world. After nearly three years in the city, she was ready to head home to the PNW trading beaches and hills for rivers and mountains.
Jasmine enjoys the puzzles that architecture presents and that every design problem can have a thousand correct answers. She focuses on getting the most out of every space and strives to find creative solutions to every challenge.
When not at work you can find Jasmine with her constant companion, her adventure-pup, hanging with friends and family, riding horses, exploring new places, and discovering new music.