Jessica’s passion for architecture started very early with an interest in sustainability and architectural world history. Living and traveling around the world have fed her interests and fueled her creativity to strive for beautiful and functional designs that combine traditional with contemporary architecture.
After graduating with a B.F.A in Architecture from the Savannah College of Art and Design in the summer of 2017, Jessica gained her professional experience at a firm in South Carolina where she was involved in all design phases, on new construction projects and renovations. Her experience, which focused on residential and commercial construction, allowed her to begin accumulating AXP hours required to obtain an architectural license.
Currently, she continues to expand her knowledge and experience with design phasing in both new construction and renovation projects. In pursuing her architectural license, she is continuing to accumulate required AXP hours and will continue to grow as a designer at Morris-Berg.