I am the owner and proprietor of The Birch, a design motel for families located in Fairbanks, Alaska.  The motel is scheduled to open Summer 2019.
       
     
 I founded the Dry Cabin project as an artist residency program for the Circumpolar North Region and as a way to experiment with innovation and informal economies in non-urban areas.
       
     
 Dry Cabin Club is my design firm that is developing the idea of “New Arctic Design.” This type of design includes 1)Evaluating how spaces are actually used and designing with human/space interactions in mind 2)Flexibility - the same home can be used for a large family or can flex to be available as a rental or even a pop-up coffee shop 3)Places importance on connecting the indoors with the outdoors as outdoor spaces are important even with you live in the Arctic.
       
     
 I am the owner and proprietor of The Birch, a design motel for families located in Fairbanks, Alaska.  The motel is scheduled to open Summer 2019.
       
     

I am the owner and proprietor of The Birch, a design motel for families located in Fairbanks, Alaska. The motel is scheduled to open Summer 2019.

 I founded the Dry Cabin project as an artist residency program for the Circumpolar North Region and as a way to experiment with innovation and informal economies in non-urban areas.
       
     

I founded the Dry Cabin project as an artist residency program for the Circumpolar North Region and as a way to experiment with innovation and informal economies in non-urban areas.

 Dry Cabin Club is my design firm that is developing the idea of “New Arctic Design.” This type of design includes 1)Evaluating how spaces are actually used and designing with human/space interactions in mind 2)Flexibility - the same home can be used for a large family or can flex to be available as a rental or even a pop-up coffee shop 3)Places importance on connecting the indoors with the outdoors as outdoor spaces are important even with you live in the Arctic.
       
     

Dry Cabin Club is my design firm that is developing the idea of “New Arctic Design.” This type of design includes 1)Evaluating how spaces are actually used and designing with human/space interactions in mind 2)Flexibility - the same home can be used for a large family or can flex to be available as a rental or even a pop-up coffee shop 3)Places importance on connecting the indoors with the outdoors as outdoor spaces are important even with you live in the Arctic.