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January 9, 2020

Welcome the New Talent at WINTER HOLBEN

We're thrilled to announce the new talent at WINTER HOLBEN!  

Kelsey Wise has joined us as a Senior Experience Designer.  Kelsey studied design and illustration at Maine College of Art and is a native to the seacoast region.  She has spent the past seven years elbows deep in the design world. From branding to web design and everything in between, Kelsey’s work never stops evolving. Her in-depth multi-disciplinary understanding of design practice has allowed her to grow as a creative, face challenging hurdles and bring forward new and exciting design to the team.  

Jenni Corbett is our new Environmental Graphics Designer.  Jenni comes to us with a design background in branding environments through wayfinding, place-making and information design and on projects ranging from retail to healthcare, school campuses, civic municipalities and corporate offices. She believes collaboration is key. Every project is an opportunity to create something special and unique that is both functional, beautiful and meaningful to the user. When not in the office, you’ll find her cheering on her kids at the sports field or planning her next off-road adventure.

Genevieve Rickon, Interior Designer, brings a background in commercial and residential interior design. She brings experience in hospitality, office space, and multi-housing units. She believes that thoughtfully designed spaces have a big impact on user experience. She is excited to work with the team to elevate the interior design of each project. How a space makes us feel, is a reflection of the interior design. She works to create a felt experience through interior architecture, layout, color, and texture. Each element of the space has a function and a story. As a Kittery resident, she is excited to be living and working in a community she loves. When she is not designing you might find her in a yoga class or outdoors with her husband and dog.

In addition to new permanent employees to the team, we have an new architecture intern! 

Patrick Gould is a sophomore student from Wentworth Institute of Technology.  With over a year and a half of conceptual work and learning the major under his belt, he wanted to strengthen his knowledge within the field with us to get a better understanding of the practical environment. Patrick has a keen interest in the conceptual work within a project and its purpose/impact on the individuals that would inhabit it. When not in the office, you'll find him adventuring with friends and family or enjoying the outdoors.

The combined talents of this team are exactly what Winter Holben needs to carry out the complex, exciting projects we have lined up for 2020. 

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