Casey Tilghman recently moved to Washington from New York City, where she spent five years working at architecture firms and earned a Masters in Architecture from Parsons School of Design. Since moving to DC, Casey has been freelancing for small architecture firms working on residential projects.
As an architectural assistant in New York, she worked on projects including a church and residential buildings in Brooklyn, planning for a large residential complex in Miami and a private residence in Connecticut.
Casey has a lifelong love of architecture, historic preservation and interior design. She is especially interested in adaptive reuse and residential renovations and additions.
A native of Maryland's Eastern Shore, Casey was drawn to Washington by her love of politics and history as well as a desire to be closer to her family. She loves to read, travel and spend time with friends and family.