Raised in a rural Northern Californian logging community, Tyler has pursued his passion for fabrication through sculpture and architecture. While attending the University of San Diego (Bachelors in Arts) and the California College of the Arts (Masters in Architecture), he has integrated an interdisciplinary approach to arts, business, architecture, sculpture, and engineering practices. His expertise in design, fabrication, project management, and business have driven the vision behind LMNOP.
Kate is a designer with a background that is interdisciplinary, if anything, getting her Bachelor’s degree in psychology from Brown University before a Masters in Architecture at the California College of the Arts. Always seeking to understand the bigger picture, she pursued experience in construction concurrent with her Masters degree and earned her qualifications for a CA General B Contracting license and as a Construction Documents Technologist.
Growing up as the son of a handyman in Southern California, Ian has long pursued fabrication projects, from lighting to carpentry to bicycles. After several years in residential construction and an education in Business Entrepreneurship at the University of Southern California, Ian managed business operations and products for online software companies before returning to his roots in construction and fabrication with LMNOP-Design as a Project Manager.
Dustin received a B.A. in Architecture from the University of Maine while working for Scott Simons Architects in Portland, Maine. Upon completion, he relocated to San Francisco to pursue his Master of Architecture degree at the California College of the Arts focusing on digital craft. As a designer with years of experience prototyping anything from architecture to object, he firmly supports the philosophy that choice material and craft comprehension is vital to design.
Charmaine received a B.S. in Business from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. After relocating to the west coast, she held positions from across the board but found the fit within creative construction; first in adventure course construction and now at LMNOP Design.
Originally from North Baja California, this former medical student found his passion in building. With over fifteen years of hands on experience in construction, Jesus’ diverse background has given him the opportunity to lead in a wide range of projects. Always a student at heart, Jesus enjoys learning about new innovations in his field and increasing his knowledge base.
Jaime attended College in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico and has done extensive carpentry and finish work with a focus on residential projects all over California. Jaime discovered his love for building things when he was young, and has done it ever since.
After receiving a B.A. in Theatre Arts from Fresno State, Beth relocated to San Francisco, where she has been consistently working as a Stage and Production Manager around the Bay Area. Having found that her theatre skills worked very well in an administrative environment, Beth is happy to be a part of LMNOP team, where she is continually surrounded by creative minds, and can help support their awesome work.
Peter was raised in Swansea, MA and earned a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Vermont. Since then he has traveled across the country looking for inspiration in nature and communities for the fabrication of functional art. He believes that finding beauty in the course of forming a finished product is the most critical component of the creative process.
Born and raised in the Bay Area, Michelle has always had a passion for design and fabrication. During her formal education and prior to receiving her Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from UC Berkeley, she gained valuable professional experience working for an architectural model making firm in San Francisco and a residential & commercial architectural design firm in San Jose. Now, recently graduated, Michelle has found her place back in San Francisco working with a great team at LMNOP Design.
Originally from the Southeast, Brad received his BFA in painting/drawing from the College of Charleston in 2011. Growing up as a proponent of the visual arts he naturally transitioned his focus on fabrication and design upon moving to San Francisco. Brad has been involved with a variety of custom projects and has worked with multiple furniture manufacturers in the city. He has a passion for detail, tradition, and originality.
Before finding her way to San Francisco, Madeline earned a B.A. in Architecture from the University of Kentucky, including a year of research in fashion+architecture. Always exploring experimental materials and methods of construction, she aims to create complex and carefully designed architecture by means of fashion, furniture and installation. She is currently pursuing a Master of Architecture degree at California College of the Arts.