Kelsey joined BKSK in 2019, after graduating from the Tulane School of Architecture in New Orleans. She is constantly enthralled by the cultural vibrancy of New York, as well as its never-ending supply of falafel carts. As a lover of the complexity of cities at all scales, she has a passion for community-based and public interest design, stemming from her work with community design centers in New Orleans and Detroit. All the way from the swamps of the south, she also brings a fascination for the role of design in urban ecology and water management.
As a Pacific Northwest native, she can often be found outdoors (rain or shine), getting inspired by the diversity of Brooklyn’s neighborhoods by run, walk, or bike.