- Licensed architect and LEED Accredited Professional
- Founding member of Biomimicry Puget Sound
- Masters in Architecture from University of Washington
- Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from Princeton University
Jennifer is a blue-green architect and sustainability consultant with over 20 years of project experience. She splits her professional life between her own design and consulting company, 55-5 Consulting, and her work on the Urban Greenprint, a biomimicry-inspired project that asks what Nature can teach us about revitalizing our cities. She has led the design of numerous buildings, including a fire station, a police station, a church and a community center, and she has helped many project teams navigate LEED certification. Jennifer works with a vision that successful projects must be inspired by an insightful understanding of place and must renew the human and ecological communities they touch. She is committed to helping regenerative design become the norm and creating opportunities for meaningful connection with our environment.
Jennifer is very active in the Northwest green building community. She is involved with environmental advocacy efforts, working with Cascadia GBC and local organizations to support green building legislation, and she is frequently invited to present at regional conferences and workshops. Jennifer speaks on various sustainability topics including LEED, biomimicry, and sustainable water treatment. She is also a founding member of Biomimicry Puget Sound, a regional offshoot of the Biomimicry Institute. Jennifer has a BA in Architecture from Princeton University and a Masters of Architecture from the University of Washington.
Our associates include:
Biomimicry Puget Sound
Whole Water Systems