associate architect


20+ years experience

2 years with architrave p.c., architects


Tina is passionate about researching and revitalizing aging landmarks for future generations. She brings a holistic approach to design, rooted by a deep understanding of the existing building and its context. Her work includes a range of preservation planning, restoration, rehabilitation, and new construction projects for government agencies, universities, for-profit and non-profit entities.


Tina is the 2009 Fellow of the Richard Morris Hunt Prize. With this honor, she spent six months in France studying the intersection of historic preservation and sustainable design. She continues to share professional exchanges with this elite group of French and American preservation architects. She is a member of the Association for Preservation Technology International and speaks on preservation issues internationally.



M.Arch. & Certificate in Historic Preservation, 1998, University of Texas at Austin

B.A. Art-Architectural History, 1990, University of Chicago

Professional Registration

Architect, Virginia, 2005


Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum on the National Mall, Washington DC, 2016-2017

coordinator of mechanical and fire protection system designs for the multi-year, multi-phased revitalization (35% Design Development phase)

Sandy Hook Unit of NPS Gateway National Recreation Area, Building 102, a 1909 former Army barracks, Highlands, NJ, 2015

Rehabilitation for seasonal employee housing


White House perimeter fence, a.k.a., Presidents Park fence, 2010

Comprehensive preservation


French Ambassador’s Residence USA, a contributing structure to the Sheridan-Kalorama Historic District in Washington, DC, 2015

Major renovation and renewal


Eastern Market, Capitol Hill, Washington, DC, 2005-2010



Loudoun County Courthouse, Virginia, 2009

Exterior restoration


District of Columbia Public Schools, 1999-2005

Renovation, addition, and new school buildings


University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, 1901 Dana Building, 2000-2004

LEED Gold renovation


Sir Christopher Wren Building in Williamsburg, Virginia, 1998-1999