The last fifteen years have taken Jennifer on a winding path of discovery that led to opening BANDURAdesign in the summer of …More about Jennifer Farris ›
Monica Meade is a certified interior designer who brings over 15 years of experience in hospitality design to Architectural C…More about Monica Meade ›
David Shove-Brown, AIA, NCARB is Partner at //3877, an Architectural, Design, Interiors + Graphics firm with offices in Washi…More about David Shove-Brown ›
Emily joined BANDURAdesign directly after completing her degree in interior design from the University of Alabama Emily bring…More about Emily Perry ›
Mike Webb is a graduate of Maryland Institute College of Art, is the Account Executive for Interface Hospitality covering th…More about Michael Webb ›
Michelle is a designer at BANDURAdesign in DC; she has been in the DC design scene for more than 5 years. She has a BFA in In…More about Michelle Madison ›
Laurie Woliung, Senior Director of Interior Design, currently leads the design process for interior design projects for Marri…More about Laurie Woliung ›
The last fifteen years have taken Jennifer on a winding path of discovery that led to opening BANDURAdesign in the summer of 2016. The vision to bring a healthy and balanced life to designers through freedom and flexibility in their process translates to unparalleled enthusiasm for the work being produced by the Bandura team. Risky, yes. Worth it, completely. Jennifer works hard and brings together technical expertise with focused attention to budgets and schedules to make successful projects on the practical side, but also the spirit she brings leaves clients feeling less like they are glad it is over and more like they are ready to do it all over again.
Monica Meade is a certified interior designer who brings over 15 years of experience in hospitality design to Architectural Ceramics. Monica worked at Marriott International on the International Design team and as a Sr. Project Mgr. with Leo A. Daly. Architectural Ceramics is committed to working with our client’s to maintain the integrity of their design vision. Monica now is the National Accounts Manager – Hospitality for Architectural Ceramics where she has worked to build the commercial design team over the last 3 years. Monica now works exclusively with designers, contractors and owners on Hospitality projects across the country.
David Shove-Brown, AIA, NCARB is Partner at //3877, an Architectural, Design, Interiors + Graphics firm with offices in Washington, DC specializing in residential [single and multi-family], commercial, restaurant and healthcare architecture + design. //3877 has completed projects throughout the United States and Europe.
Mr. Shove-Brown holds a bachelor’s degree in architecture and a bachelor’s of science in architecture from Catholic University of America. Mr. Shove-Brown has worked for several Mid-Atlantic architects in addition to experience as a consultant for the Ford Motor Company, BMW and Suzuki.
As a Partner at //3877, Mr. Shove-Brown has expertise in residential, restaurant and healthcare design. Mr. Shove-Brown’s work and commentary has been featured in Forbes Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, Details Magazine, the Washington Post, Washingtonian Magazine, Hospitality Design Magazine, Boutique Design Magazine, Interior Design Magazine, Form Magazine and the Puerto Rican based El Nuevo Dia. In addition to print media, Mr. Shove-Brown has been on numerous podcasts including The Scrappy Entrepreneur, Business of Design and StyleNations.
David has been presented with architectural awards from groups such as American Collegiate Schools of Architecture, the American Institute of Architects + Washington Architectural Foundation and American Architectural Foundation. Most recently, David has been honored with the Weib Award, the Washington Architectural Foundation’s award for Architecture in the Public Interest. //3877 has been named as one of Washingtonian Magazine’s Great Places to Work, Washington City Paper’s Best Architectural Firm and one of DC Inno’s 50 on Fire.
In additional to extensive professional associates, Mr. Shove-Brown takes great pleasure in his charitable associations for such organizations as NEWH, ScholarCHIPS, Athletes Serving Athletes, Back On My Feet, the Washington Architectural Foundation, the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop and The Crohn’s + Colitis Foundation of America.
He loves coffee [don’t talk to him before at least 2 espresso shots in the morning], bacon cheeseburgers, good beer, but most of all, being a dad
Emily joined BANDURAdesign directly after completing her degree in interior design from the University of Alabama Emily brings unparalleled energy and enthusiasm to her job. Not only is she hospitality chair for NEWH DC METRO chapter but this is her second year on the Marketing Committee. Look for her smile to greet you at all the 2019 events!
Mike Webb is a graduate of Maryland Institute College of Art, is the Account Executive for Interface Hospitality covering the Maryland, DC and Northern Virginia territory. Prior to joining Interface he worked as a multiline Rep for Jeff Fuge & Associates and was an Associate with RD Jones & Associates in Baltimore where he started his hospitality career.
Michelle is a designer at BANDURAdesign in DC; she has been in the DC design scene for more than 5 years. She has a BFA in Interior Design, and graduated magna cum laude from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2010. Michelle’s first NEWH DCmetro event was the 2015 golf tournament, and has been involved in the chapter ever since.
Michelle knows how to pack a power punch like the theater term “Triple Threat”. She brings her formidable force of talent to every aspect of the design process: including conceptual design, schematic design, construction documentation, presentation and marketing materials, finish and fabric selection, FF+E specifications and budgets, lighting and furniture design, and construction administration (seriously, it’s exhausting just thinking about all the brain cells used in this job). Michelle believes design is in the details, and works with speed and accuracy to deliver projects on deadline.
Laurie Woliung, Senior Director of Interior Design, currently leads the design process for interior design projects for Marriott full service brands. She directs the program focused on educating and influencing customers on hotel brand product and services, partners with brand to deliver design solutions that impart brand strategy, leads the internal design and renovation team for interior design and architecture projects – provides oversight to the design team in full service hospitality interior design for both standard and custom interiors within a solid pipeline of sustainable projects. Laurie brings in excess of 30 year of design experience to her position. Before Laurie took her current position at Marriott she worked as the Director of Hospitality Design at BBGM Washington, DC, Senior Director of Strategic Partnerships for Choice Hotels, and previously with Marriott as the Design Manager for Renaissance Hotels. Prior to joining Marriott Laurie owned her own design and construction firm supporting 35 design and production professionals. Her design knowledge has contributed to the success of several recent projects including her involvement with Brand initiatives – The M Club Lounge, new Marriott Guestroom Design Strategy – reimaging the Marriott Brand in the spirit of Marriott Modern, and the Marriott Greatroom initiatives.