Beth loves the mixture of social and cultural engagement with the layered challenges involved in theater and museum projects. The geometry of a performance space and its technical complexities marries architectural theory and building technology. For audiences, these spaces create suspended disbelief through architecture, and she finds this same delight in her design process. The Benjamin Franklin Museum in Philadelphia was a career highlight as she was able to work with original architects while meeting current client and visitor needs.
- Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - Master of Architecture, 2009
- Texas A&M University - Bachelor of Environmental Design, Architecture, 2002
- American Institute of Architects