Emma Sutton found her passion for sustainable architecture while studying at Hampshire College. Emma’s studies revolved around sustainability and universal accessibility. As an undergraduate, Emma worked on a range of projects including reports on the state of sustainable architecture and aging in place, as well as a collaboration to design and construct a library and studio apartment for a social justice educator. After completing her BA in 2017, Emma moved from the east coast to Seattle. She believes architecture can promote self-sufficiency with conscientious, responsive, and communicative design. Through her work and local civic engagement, she enjoys learning about the future of Seattle’s built environment. In her free-time, Emma finds herself reading, collaborating on projects with friends, and exploring new places with her husband.