By the time she co-founded BAM Architects in 1998, Anne had acquired over ten years of experience in New York and Richmond, served as Project Architect on corporate interiors projects totalling over 700,000 square feet, and collaborated with several city government agencies to help rehabilitate parts of the New York City transit system. Thinking big and with others in mind, Anne applies this same approach to her work at BAM and has helped further one of the firm’s fundamental goals: to make the city a better place to live for all residents.
To achieve this, Anne works closely with several non-profit housing organizations and many of her projects have provided safe accommodations and a supportive environment for the homeless. Her work has helped the City’s Department of Social Services improve their abilities to serve the public as well as revitalize Richmond’s historic Jackson Ward. Anne also has a long-standing relationship with the Richmond CenterStage Foundation and has led BAM’s projects to renovate the historic Landmark Theatre for the City of Richmond.
A member of the James River Green Building Council and an invited lecturer at the Virginia Center for Architecture, Anne is as generous with her time outside of the office as she is during business hours. She is a founding Board member of Tricycle Gardens, a non-profit organization with a serious “greening initiative” that helps establish neighbourhood gardens.
Professional Degree: B. Arch, Virginia Tech
Architecture License: State of New York