Beth joins Epstein Joslin Architects from England, following a longstanding enthusiasm for advancing her architectural training in the US. She is a recent graduate of Pembroke College, University of Cambridge, where she earned a BA in Architecture. While at Cambridge, Beth developed an interest in the intersection between Gender Studies and Architecture, spending a year writing a thesis on Eileen Gray’s transgressive E1027 house. Additionally, Beth’s lifelong infatuation with graphic design and illustration has compelled a fascination with architectural representation, and she has enjoyed developing a playful architectural drawing style. Beth is excited to advance her knowledge of all aspects of American architecture with EJA.