Amy received the 2018 People's Choice Award from the Redwood Empire Chapter of the AIA for the Sebastopol Hillside Residence - Built Project
Sonoma Magazine featured the Sebastopol Hillside Residence in their November/December 2018 issue.
Amy was featured in Dwell Magazine in the November/December Issue 2018.
Sonoma Magazine featured the Creekside Cottage in their November/December 2017 issue. Residential Design Magazine will be publishing the Vineyard Farmhouse in their Fall 2017 Issue.
Amy presented her work at the AIA's Custom Residential Architects' Network Symposium – September 2016
Amy received the 2016 People's Choice Award from the Redwood Empire Chapter of the AIA for the Sebastopol Hillside Residence - Unbuilt Project
The Vineyard Farmhouse was featured in the May/June issue of Sonoma Magazine
2015 Red Diamond Achiever Award by Marvin Windows - Honorable Mention. Only 15 awards given out of a field of 261 entries.
The Downtown Sonoma Residence was featured on Houzz – September 2015
Awarded both the "Influencer" and "Recommended" badges by Houzz. The Influencer badge is given to pros whose advice and knowledgeable posts are most appreciated by the Houzz community, while the Recommended badge goes only to the top rated pros on Houzz – Fall 2015
The Creekside Cabin has been featured 150 Best Cabins and Cottages by Loft Publications/Harper Collins – January 2016
Featured in the coffee table book, The Kitchen Bible, by Images Press – 2014
Amy is the only Sonoma County Architect listed in the prestigious “By Invitation Only” Architect/Design Directory of www.remodelista.com
Amy was awarded a "Best of Houzz" Badge for Customer Service in 2014 and 2015. Amy also received the "Best of Houzz" for Design in 2015 and 2016 and 2017. The recognition is given to the top 3% of professionals with profiles on Houzz.
Design Awards Juror – Sonoma League for Historic Preservation Design Awards – 2013
Houzz’s #7 – The 20 Most Popular “Kitchen of Week” for 2012
Home Design Trends Quarterly Survey Contributor – American Institute of Architects
www.houzz.com: Sonoma Home Maximizes Space With a Clever and Flexible Plan.
Cabin Life Magazine – April 2013 (View PDF article)
Mother Earth News – March 2011
Par Golf Magazine – August 2012
www.houzz.com – A Creekside Cabin Opens to the Views
www.remodelista.com – 10 Summer Cabins
www.gardenista.com – The Ultimate Creekside Cabin
www.freshome.com – Perfect Creekside Retreat
www.houzz.com: A Makeover Turns Wasted Space Into a Dream Master Bath
www.aol.com/realestate – Raising the Roof: Stunning Homes Designed by Women
www.womensday.com – 8 Design Secrets from the Pros
www.remodelista.com – Expert Advice: Architects' 10 Favorite Closet Picks
Western Interiors Magazine, May/June 2006 – Witt Barn
Architecture Magazine, June 1996 – Charging Station
Competitions Magazine, Spring 1996 – Charging Station
Competitions Magazine, Spring 1994 – American Community Competition
LA Architect, October 1992 – The New Public Realm
Richard Meier – Volume II, Rizzoli Books – The Getty Center
Franklin D. Israel, Rizzoli Books – The Lamy Pavilion
Architecture Record, May 1987 – The Lamy Pavilion
Red Diamond Achiever Award by Marvin Windows - 2015
Sonoma League for Historic Preservation – McCartney Residence: Honor Award 2012
AIA Honor Award for Regional and Urban Design – Carneros Inn: Honor Award 2007
Building Integrated Photovoltaic Competition for Built Projects: First Place Citation 1996
Electric Vehicle and the American Community (UCLA Team): Second Place Award 1993
Progressive Architecture Competition: The New Public Realm: Honorable Mention 1992
Co-Curator – Glass in Architecture, Sonoma Museum of Visual Art – 2001
Building Integrated Photovoltaic Competition Exhibition – 1996
AIA Convention, Minneapolis, MN.
National Renewable Energy Pavilion at the Olympics, Atlanta Georgia
Cooper Hewitt Museum, New York, NY
Progressive Architecture Traveling Exhibition, "The New Public Realm" 1992–94
UCLA Graduate School of Architecture – Teaching Assistant to Richard Meier 1990–1991
Visiting Critic: UCLA, USC, SCI-ARC, Cal Poly Pomona, CCAC, San Francisco
Licensed Architect, California
American Institute of Architects
Founding member – Custom Residential Architects’ Network of the AIARE
Board Member Emeritus, The Forum for Architecture and Urban Design
Co-Author, Civic Innovations Competition