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BFB GLADWIN ARCHITECTS  |  106 WEST HILL AVE UNIT B |  VALDOSTA, GEORGIA

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Céline H. Gladwin, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, NCARB

Partner

A registered architect in the states of Georgia and Florida and urban designer, Gladwin has a Masters of Architecture in Urban Design from Harvard University and a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Miami. Céline has worked worldwide in partnership with various private and public organizations including the Harvard University School of Design and the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization.

 

Gladwin currently serves on the Georgia National Register Review Board, the City of Valdosta Historic Preservation Commission, and the Greater Lowndes Planning Commission. She maintains memberships in the American Institute of Architects, the Congress of New Urbanism, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the Georgia, Florida Historic Trust.

Erin Vaughn, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, NCARB

Project Architect

A registered architect with a Masters of Architecture from Tulane University and a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Florida, Erin began working for Barnett Fronczak Barlowe as a summer intern in 2004. Since then she has the joined the firm, first in Tallahassee and now in Valdosta. She also has experience working at a Design/Build firm designing specialty high end residential homes.

 

Vaughn’s current responsibilities include producing design and construction documents in Revit and AutoCAD, managing construction administration tasks, selecting interior finishes and generating 3D rendering imagery for current and proposed projects.

Natalie Milko

Designer

A graduate of Valdosta State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design, Milko began working for BFB Gladwin in the spring of 2016. She has experience working in facilities planning, from her time as a design assistant at Valdosta State University’s Physical Plant.

 

While at Valdosta State University, Milko served as president of VSU’s American Society of Interior Designers, a University Ambassador, and a member of the College of Art’s Dean’s Advisory Council. She also obtained a minor in entrepreneurship under VSU’s College of Business Administration. In summer of 2014, she studied abroad in Italy, with a focus on architectural sketches. She also won first place in the 2016 Undergraduate Research Symposium for a video she created based on her research while designing a Tiny House.

 

Katherine Martin

Intern Architect

A graduate of The Georgia Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science of Architecture and a native of Valdosta, Katherine is currently a summer intern for the Valdosta office and has experience on a wide variety of projects in the Valdosta and South Georgia region.

 

While at Georgia Tech, Katherine spent 4 years in the Yellow Jacket Marching Band, 2 years in the Jazz Band, was very involved with the Wesley Foundation and served as a member of the School of Architecture’s Student Advisory Committee. During the summer of 2015, Katherine studied abroad in Greece and Italy on an Art & Architecture History tour. She also represented Georgia Tech’s architecture program in a national student design competition, was one of the architectural designers for the school’s 2017 Solar Decathlon Proposal, and her senior studio project won 2nd place in the Architecture portion of the Georgia Tech Capstone Senior Design Expo.  

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Jada Hamby

Administrative Assistant

Hamby joined the BFB Gladwin family in July 2017. She is a Valdosta native with extensive administrative experience in the construction industry. She is also active in several community organizations and enjoys spending her evenings with her family.

 

Her responsibilities with BFB Gladwin Architects in Valdosta are to help the team accomplish their tasks with quality and precision. She is looking forward to helping the team move ahead in the future.

 

 

 

Jada Hamby