Lynn joined Payette in 2013 and brings six years of experience as a thoughtful practitioner in all aspects of building design from initial programming studies through construction. She strives to bring a high level of care to the field by making informed design decisions with an understanding rooted in the physical world, through an in-depth understanding of building science and experience in the construction field. Lynn’s foundation and interest in investigating real world issues originated from her B.A. in Chemistry at Northwestern University. Since receiving her M.Arch from the University of Texas at Austin, she has worked on several large scale projects with institutional clients from planning for future flexibility for library institutions to overseeing document production on a 200,000SF civic library, and while at Payette, she has worked on two undergraduate science buildings from initial programming efforts into construction document. Lynn also teaches in the field of architecture and is currently a studio instructor at the Boston Architectural College.