Emily joined EverGreene in 2007 and now serves as the Director of Sacred Spaces. She brings to EverGreene a passion for religious architecture, an understanding of pre-construction planning and design for sacred sites, and a desire to provide outstanding client service. Every sacred space and sacred space client is unique and Emily has made it her goal to carefully listen to the needs of the client, and translate them into practical goals for the project’s design, schedule and budget. Emily works with our sacred art design studio to create inspiring, well-considered artworks.
Emily is a member of the Municipal Arts Society Urbanist Leadership Council, and is active with Pax Christi Brooklyn, and the New York Landmarks Conservancy. She holds a BA in History of Art from Rhodes College, and an MA in History of Art from the University of Edinburgh. Her love for architectural art began with an intensive program of study on Medieval and Renaissance Art, Architecture, and Religion at Lincoln College, Oxford University.