Originally from central Maine, Rebecca was first drawn to design by her appreciation for historic architecture, like Victorian houses, mill buildings, and old federal buildings. After attending Roger Williams University where she studied architecture, graphic design, and art history, she earned her Master’s in Architecture. After graduating, she worked in commercial architecture on projects such as schools, healthcare facilities, and multi-family housing.
At KBA, Rebecca enjoys being part of the entire design process, working to create homes that are both beautiful and resilient, whether it’s a renovation or new construction. She values being able to bring people's dreams to life, and learning more about the towns and communities she works in. She also loves working with everyone on the build team and learning things from each area of expertise.
After living in Rhode Island and Vermont, Rebecca returned to Maine to be closer to friends, family, and of course, the Maine coastline. She spends her free time swimming, attending concerts, trying new foods, and spending time outdoors with her husband. She is an associate member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the Northeast Sustainable and Energy Association (NESEA).