Pam is a versatile designer with experience in a wide range of project sizes and budgets. Her thoughtful approach to the design process and understanding the driving factors behind the client’s needs is reflected throughout her work.Ashley L. Dunn, AIA, Director of Workplace, Dyer Brown
Pam began her history with Dyer Brown as a college intern while studying at Northeastern University where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Master of Architecture. After a 2.5 year stint with a New York City architecture firm, she rejoined Dyer Brown as an assistant interior designer in the Workplace, Retail and Hospitality studio.
Pam brings a strong background in workplace design to the team along with her belief that a well-designed, efficient space has a direct impact on employee performance. Her previous experience includes various workplace projects in New York City such as the headquarters for MacMillan Publishing, MetroNorth Railroad, and GameLoft. She is excited to be working with Dyer Brown's talented team of designers, and will continue instilling the firm's philosophy of delivering culture-driven design to all its clients.
In her free time, Pam enjoys long-distance running, traveling, drawing, preparing for the ARE’s and spending time with close family and friends.Next: Rachel Giorgi ← Back to Team