A native of NW Washington, Lisa has a rich, creative background with more than 15 years’ experience in the art and design industry. Her childhood was spent on her family’s sprawling farm on the Olympic Peninsula — an experience that forged her bond to the wonders of nature and our interaction with it. She holds a B.A. in Art, has a license in Landscape Architecture, and is trained in fine art photography. Her work has taken her from the U.S., to Mexico City, and Europe, and she has spent the majority of her career studying the relationship between people and space, creating both physical environments and two-dimensional visualizations focused on the emotional connection as well as the physical experience.