Emarie Skelton AAIA

Project Designer

Emarie joined High Plains Architects over four years ago, all the way from Virginia. Since then she has become a go to resource in our office for complicated code reviews. Emarie acted as project manager for the recent and complex renovation of Montana Hall at MSU-Bozeman.

Growing up in Virginia provided Emarie with plenty of opportunities for exploration, from the Atlantic coast to the Appalachian Mountains, numerous quiet historic towns, and the frenzy of the nation’s capital. Emarie earned her Bachelor of Architecture degree from the College of Architecture and Urban Studies at Virginia Tech in 2014, and was privileged during her tenure there to participate in design/build LAB, a project-based experiential learning program. Her year spent with design/build LAB creating the Masonic Amphitheater in Clifton Forge, Virginia introduced her to a love of architecture’s community impact and the joys of creative collaboration.

When not at work, Emarie enjoys fishing, hiking, camping, snowboarding, and participating in all sorts of competitive sports, especially soccer. She is very close to her family, with whom she shares a love for literature, adventure, and good movies.
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