Annapolis, MD (June 21, 2016) – Purple Cherry Architects—a locally owned, experienced award-winning architectural firm located in Annapolis, specializing in custom luxury homes and interiors—announced the addition of Annie Ray, Kellen McGinley and Tammy Sweeney to its design firm.
“We are thrilled to have Annie and Kellen join our integrated team of architects and interior designers,” said Cathy Cherry, principal of Purple Cherry Architecture. “They each bring unique skills in digital rendering along their design talents, and will be a wonderful complement to our deeply experienced design team.” Cathy adds, “We are also pleased to welcome Tammy—a seasoned marketing professional, with a wonderfully bright and positive attitude.”
Annie Ray has joined Purple Cherry Architects as a Professional Intern Architect. Her advanced understanding of 3D architectural design software coupled with her passion for interior architecture and interior design, allows Annie to make significant contributions to our studio with a particular flair for details. Annie holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse University School of Architecture.
Kellen McGinley has joined Purple Cherry Architects as a Professional Intern Architect. Kellen brings to Purple Cherry Architects an advanced understanding of 2D and 3D architectural design software, as well as a keen interest in high-end custom residential architecture and designing for the special needs community. Kellen holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Virginia Tech College of Architecture and Urban Design.
Tammy Sweeney has joined Purple Cherry Architects as the Marketing and Business Development Manager. Tammy joins Purple Cherry Architects with 15 years’ experience advancing such national brands as L’Oréal and Ethan Allen. A skilled communicator and savvy negotiator, Tammy will be working to advance the firm’s marketing presence both regionally and nationally. Tammy holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts from The College of New Rochelle.
Release courtesy Purple Cherry Architects