Megan holds a Masters of Architectural History from the University of Virginia, a bachelor’s degree in Architecture from Ball State University and 16 years of working experience in Architecture and Interior Design. Her research interest is specialized in modern architecture, particularly in the late 19th century and early 20th century. Megan is a registered Architect in both Virginia and Indiana, is NCARB certified, and is a registered Interior Designer (NCIDQ). She has practiced professionally for 17 years. Megan graduated from Ball State University in 2002 with her Bachelor of Architecture and received her Master in Architectural History from the University of Virginia in 2011. Her areas of interest include Architectural History, with a major focus on the late 19th and early 20th century in America and Europe, with a minor in Early American Architecture. Her thesis included a study of Hendrik Petrus Berlage, a prominent Dutch architect, and how his American architectural tour in 1911 led by Wright-trained architect William Gray Purcell influenced Berlage’s later architectural works in the Netherlands. She presented her thesis at the Society of Architectural Historians Conference in 2011.
Megan previously taught in the first-year program at Ball State University and has worked as Teaching Assistant for Ethan Carr, who taught the History of American Landscapes at the University of Virginia. She also was a teaching assistant during her final year at Ball State for Tony Costello, helping third-year students with portfolio design.
Megan worked for Rottmann Collier Architects in downtown Indianapolis, designing residential and commercial projects of all sizes. Previously for two years in Virginia, Megan and a business partner operated their own architectural firm. Megan’s career has involved employment in several firms in Indiana and Virginia. She has won several design awards for her collaboration on projects.
University of Virginia, Master of Architectural History
Ball State University, Bachelor of Architecture
Rottman Collier Architects and Ball State University