Bridget’s research into the history of the Wanamaker Building was the catalyst that led her to work for JKRP, a tenant of the historic retail space. As a recent graduate, Bridget spent the last year developing her thesis – an architectural typology at the intersection between public space, digital globalization, and new forms of leisure – within the Wanamaker Building. She hopes to apply her investigation of bridging physical and digital commerce, which she calls “retail fluidity,” on future JKRP retail projects. With a strong interest in sustainable design, Bridget is dedicated to bringing green ideas to the firm. She is inspired by earthly materials and biomimicry. Bridget currently works on theater projects and seeks opportunities to enhance how we experience cinema. Growing up “outside of Philly,” she is excited to immerse herself in center city culture. When she’s not at the office, Bridget can most likely be found analyzing retail spaces, taking photos of her food, playing golf, attending a concert, or traveling with her family.
Who would you pick to narrate your life?
Favorite building in the city?
Walnut Street Theatre.