Principal - Director of Interior Design
Jeannette landed in Brooklyn, NY from Virginia, by way of Greece, South Africa, and the Outer Banks of North Carolina, bringing experiences just as varied as the diverse places she has called home. Her work ranges from performance art, dance, and marine biology, all of which took her around the world and led her to architecture and interior design. After working as a project manager with a design-build firm in North Carolina, Jeannette founded JAID Style and produced an extensive range of projects, from ground up buildings to commercial and hospitality interior renovations. As a co-founder of FIGURE, Jeannette oversees creative direction and leads projects through the interior design process.
Principal - Registered Architect, AIA, LEED AP, NCARB Certified
Nicholas is a Registered Architect in New York and Virginia with 18 years of experience. He has worked on multi-scaled projects with Sasaki Associates , Smith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects, and Tom Hurt Architects. In conjunction with running projects at FIGURE, Nicholas is an Adjunct Associate Professor at Parsons School for Design where his teaching focuses on how conceptual processes merge with the heaviness of material and human consequence. Previous teaching appointments have taken him to The Rhode Island School of Design, The University of Texas at Austin, and Pratt Institute in Brooklyn.
Forever an art and design lover, Amy has followed her passions through work and study in Spain, D.C., and Charleston, SC. In 2009, she founded and ran her own photography practice, focusing on lifestyle as well as commercial real estate imagery in the Charleston area. As a Charlottesville, Virginia native, she returned home and has since been working on interior design projects with JAID and FIGURE. With FIGURE, she gets the chance to work on a wide variety of design phases, and loves the opportunity to facilitate in the creation of unique spaces to meet clients' needs. Not to mention, it allows her a good reason for owning a ridiculous amount of paint-fan decks.