Kasey has a soul shaped by art and beauty. It’s what makes her a perfect partner here at the BLUE‐PENCIL COLLECTIVE, where her passion for creative, story‐based design is a natural fit. She values the idea of designs that don’t fit into one particular category, instead emphasizing personal elements that are rich with character and have their own significance within a space’s narrative.
Having worked for some of the nation’s most well‐recognized firms—including BDH+Young, Perkins+Will and Gensler‐‐ she aims to apply her extensive knowledge to carve out a new chapter for herself and the firm alike. Her ultimate goal is to restore value to the art of design, a celebration of beauty and functionality in balance.
For two decades, Regan has been infusing spaces with her intrepid spirit and natural sophistication. Regan holds a special love for old world architecture and aesthetics that reflect a unique character. Her designs exude enlivened, worldly elegance: simple and classic, but always with a surprising twist. Every design she creates has its own story to tell.
Having lived in 13 US states and working for multiple award‐ winning firms, Regan ventured out to face a new challenge: starting a design firm of her own. She founded the Blue Pencil Collective to serve a higher purpose, to provide clients with an all‐inclusive, personalized experience that encapsulates real estate, architecture, construction, and interior design. This unique, all‐in‐one business model is what now enables Regan to create homes that perfectly embody their owner’s visions.
ORIGINAL OFFICE MASCOT
Bama was born in Florida. He spent his first year in three
different animal shelters, his last being in Salt Lake City, Utah.
One day, a nice young couple came into the shelter looking for a new addition to their family. It was love at first sight for both of
Fast forward eight years later, Bama spends his days snoozing,
hiking, and loving anything that comes within an inch of him. As
our Office Mascot, Bama puts a smile on every face that walks
through the door.
Rest in peace, Bama. You’ll forever be our watchdog and cuddlebug.
SENIOR PROJECT ARCHITECT
Cynthia is a natural ideologist, with a compassionate worldly perspective in art & design. As our Senior Project Architect with over 28 years as a licensed professional, she can grasp any challenge with exceptional strategic thinking and execution. With her diverse project portfolio including large commercial, master planning and historic preservation, dedication towards efficient process is the seed for successful realization. Cynthia will assemble the right people for any task‐ connection and meaning is sacred.
Her commitment to meaningful stewardship for responsible planning, management of resources and human welfare, Resilient Design and Humanitarianism, is of primary focus today. As a lifelong learner, Cynthia is an instigator for innovation and a lover of all things beautiful. In the balance of life you will find her on the water, in the woods or on the mountain peaks, most times in extreme conditions.
After earning her Interior Design degree from the University of Wisconsin – Stout, Kierstyn sought an employment opportunity that gave her diverse experiences. She found the perfect fit joining team BPC to collaborate on both residential and commercial projects.
Being a young designer makes Kierstyn a great source of energy and optimism for our firm. Her passion for design and learning is a quality that inspires everyone around her. Kierstyn loves the personal nature of design, working closely with clients to build places that are as unique as their own needs. This allows her to indulge in her philosophy of thoughtfully‐crafted design.
To Kierstyn, happiness is summer days on the lake, ice cream, and gridded notebook paper.
PROJECT DESIGN INTERN
Bri is currently an Interior Design Student attending the University of Wisconsin – Stout. As our Project Design Intern here at BLUE-PENCIL COLLECTIVE, she helps to inspire new idea’s in projects and collaborate with the team. Interior Design was introduced to Bri at a young age. Her parents would flip houses, resulting in her love for design and how it can affect individuals and societies.
Her goal is to integrate sustainability into each of her designs, as she shares a love for plants and the environment. When not in the office, Bri enjoys traveling, spending time with loved ones and spoiling her dog, Macchiato.