Cheryl had a keen eye for interior design and architecture early in life, which led her to pursue her degree at BYU and return to Las Vegas to embark on her career and raise her family. She specializes in residential and model home design. She is a nationally certified interior designer through the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ), and is a professional and education member of the American Society of Interior Designer (ASID). Cheryl is currently the Professional Development Director for the California Central and Nevada ASID chapter, and served for several years as Student Affairs Committee Chair.
A passion for sharing her knowledge led Cheryl to teaching interior design as a professor at the College of Southern Nevada (CSN, formerly CCSN) for more than 10 years, and also at the Art Institute of Las Vegas (AiLV). She continues to enthusiastically mentor future designers. She also lectures and speaks on design throughout the Las Vegas area.
“I love what I do, and make it a point to continue my design education in an effort to continually bring forth the most current trends and best practices for my clients. I listen intently to my clients desires and goals, and together, we achieve amazing results. I am invigorated by the power of thoughtful design, and am at my best when using my craft to enhance living and working spaces.”