Amanda graduated from University of Cincinnati in 2001 with a bachelor of architecture. After being awarded a prestigious internship, she began her career working with the award-winning, contemporary firm John Senhauser Architects in Cincinnati, Ohio. Relocating to Bluffton, South Carolina in 2002, she honed her skills in Lowcountry vernacular architecture working for Hall & Hull Architects. In 2007, she joined Court Atkins Group where she served as the director of design and the only senior associate in CAG history. Amanda has a passion for classical order and architecture, especially when pushed into new interpretations.
April attended Clemson University where she received a Bachelor of Science in Design in 1994 and a Master of Architecture in 1996. She spent 10 years working in Charleston, South Carolina with Schmitt Walker and Associates (now Walker Concepts Architecture) before returning home to Hilton Head Island to continue her career. April has a diverse portfolio of experience ranging from commercial projects all over the East Coast such as clubhouses, restaurants and office buildings, including the 2007 renovation to the Omni Hilton Head Oceanfront Resort restaurant and bar, HH Prime and XO Sports Spirits. April also has extensive experience in residential architecture, from renovations and additions, to models and custom homes. In Charleston, she served on the board of the local chapter of the AIA. She is a former member of the Advancement Board for Real Estate Development at Clemson University. Locally, she has also served as a guest board member for the Sea Pines Architectural Review Board.
As the daughter of a third generation architect and homebuilder, Lydia developed an interest in architecture at an early age. That interest transformed into a passion and then a profession. Lydia’s appreciation for thoughtful, practical design led her to the University of Cincinnati where she graduated summa cum laude in 2014. As part of the UC co-op program, Lydia had the privilege of interning in Cleveland, Ohio, Washington, D.C., and finally in Bluffton, South Carolina where she fell in love with the Lowcountry. She returned after graduation and quickly rose up the ranks to manage a full residential design team specializing in all aspects of residential design—from model and builder homes, to high-end custom residences. Lydia currently serves as the Hilton Head Chapter of the American Institute of Architects secretary.