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Specializing in interior and surface pattern design while inspiring healthy and sustainable living.


Hello!  I'm Erica, an interior and surface pattern designer living in Eagle River, Alaska.  I love working with others on creative projects and am passionate about  finding ways to live a more healthy and sustainable lifestyle.


After graduating from the University of Colorado with a degree in environmental biology, Erica began what became a diverse career due to frequent moves as a military spouse.  Her initial focus was in education, including working for the Division of Interpretation at Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park and teaching various science classes and coaching athletic teams at high schools in Florida, Maryland and California. 


In 2007, Erica decided to pursue a life long interest in design and architecture and started her own design business working on small residential projects in California.  In 2011, Erica earned a degree in Interior Design from American Intercontinental University in London.  Upon returning to the United States, Erica was able to blend her background in education and interior design through her work with the National Building Museum’s CityVision Program, an award-winning outreach program that uses design as a framework to teach District of Columbia public school students how to become active participants in shaping their communities. 


In 2012, Erica was recognized as the Young Interior Designer Award Winner, an award accredited by the Society of British Interior Design and established to recognize the emerging talent of interior design students at universities across the United Kingdom.  The award included an internship with Janine Stones’s Architecture and Interior Design firm where Erica had the opportunity to work on multiple high-end residential projects in the London area.  In 2013, she joined the London office of Perkins + Will where she worked on commercial interior projects in England and mainland Europe.  Today, Erica is the owner of Aspen Redesign and is focused on projects in her home state of Colorado and in Alaska, where she currently resides. 

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