Erica exhibited a strong aptitude for spatial reasoning from a young age and was aware that she would excel at and have a passion for a career that made use of her talents. When she came across interior design as a profession, she knew she’d found her calling.
She attended the University of Guelph and graduated in 2007 with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Art History – a field that she is still enthusiastic about to this day. The focus of her studies at Guelph was primarily High Italian Renaissance art and architecture, with a special interest in religious iconography. During this time, she completed an internship at the MacDonald Stewart Art Centre where she spent her time researching and writing about works by seventeenth century Flemish, Dutch and French artists as part of the newly donated Brink Collection of engravings and etchings and their corresponding exhibitions.
Erica then graduated from Humber College’s Bachelor of Interior Design program. Throughout the course of her degree at Humber, she developed strong conceptual interpretation skills while further developing her understanding of how details work together to form a final project.
Erica loves that her career affords her the ability to continuously learn and is always excited to apply new knowledge to her work. She is actively pursuing her NCIDQ and ARIDO designations.
2017 BILD Renovation & Custom Home Awards
• "Best Renovation Under $75,000"