From childhood, Wendy was taught to use an artist’s eye for beauty, composition, color, and scale. She brings a discerning eye to each project, fusing practicality and playfulness, translating her client’s personality and tastes with graceful function and ease, and carefully selecting the moments in each space that will make the room and lend cohesion to the home. Her collaborative approach with contractors and craftspeople encourages each member of the team to bring their very best. Her gift is something special, intuitive and kind, that her clients affirm, and her work proves undeniable.
Most recently published in Traditional Home. Com, Modern Luxury Interiors, 209 Magazine, Real Simple, Stanislaus Magazine, Food and Wine and Contentment Health, Wendy’s design portfolio continues to gain attention throughout the region. Her effervescent personality and approachable humor make her a natural for TV and Video engagements, including House Tipsters with Christopher Grubb, Designer’s Today with Jane Dagmi, and Good Day Sacramento, the local CBS morning show.
Wendy is a veteran speaker, having presented at Las Vegas Market, the Scottsdale Design District, San Francisco Design Center and the Boston Design Center. Her involvement in ASID as the Central California/Nevada region’s current president, membership in NKBA, and the Interior Design Society keeps Wendy at the forefront of design innovation and development, propelling her into various design leadership roles. She serves as an Instagram tastemaker for both Las Vegas Market and the High Point Market Authority.
Wendy’s philanthropic focus is to provide mothers who are victims of domestic violence the funds they need to obtain the necessary therapy to heal. She gives of her time and talent to Cricket’s Hope, an art therapy program for children, the Haven’s Women’s Center, a shelter for women in crisis and her recently formed charitable organization: The Genesis 50:20 Foundation...to raise and distribute funds for trauma therapy.
In addition, she supports local arts foundations, including the Modesto Symphony Orchestra and most recently, by designing the dining room of the 2018 Carnegie Art Center’s Designer’s Show House.