Title: Project Designer
Studio: Irvine, CA
Personal Blurb: I’m a Southern California native married to a Texas man. The road we took to find each other is a whole long story to itself, but I’ll spare the details and say that God is good and is always teaching us patience. I recently became a mother to a handsome and fun-loving little boy. Life as I’ve known it has truly changed but my heart and passion for design never will. I’m so thankful for the journey God has put me on and that I get to do life with my Visioneering family.
Choose a Movie Title for Your Life: I’m going to choose Thirteen Going on Thirty. It’s not because I’ve always wanted to be older than I am, rather it’s because many of my friends and family have always said I act “older” and more “mature” than my age. I guess that’s a good thing, right?
Can You Play a Musical Instrument: Haha, I wish. No, I unfortunately never learned any musical instrument besides taking a stab at the elementary instrument of choice: the recorder. If I could learn how to play an instrument, I would probably choose guitar. I’ve always loved listening to musicians play a simple acoustic set. And maybe add a nice cup of coffee with that too.
3 Things on Your Bucket List: 1 – Travel to Italy, 2 – Design my own house & 3 – Run my own Etsy shop.
Who in the Bible do you identify with the most? Why?: What a great question. I would have to say the father from Mark 9:14-29. I think many people can relate to the Father of this possessed son who is struggling with trusting Jesus to heal his son. I know that God is with us, He hears us, He can heal us, but because of my own human flesh, doubts still circulate all the time. Verse 24: Immediately the boy’s father exclaimed, “I do believe; help me overcome my unbelief!” It’s by the power of the Holy Spirit that we can overcome our unbelief!
What Does Being A Visioneer Mean to You: I am so thankful for the kingdom work I get to be a part of. I get to use my skills, talents, and passions everyday. The most rewarding part of this job is getting to see a small glimpse of the impact of our work. Only in eternity will we see the fullness of God’s handiwork.