The firm’s founder and president, ELIZABETH HERRMANN, AIA, NCARB, LEED Green Associate, holds a professional degree in architecture (BArch) from Cornell University (Ithaca, NY and Rome, Italy) where she was awarded both the Charles Goodwin Sands Memorial Medal and Downing Prize for her work. She brings 25+ years of residential and commercial architectural experience and historic preservation to the practice from working at firms in Vermont, San Francisco, Minneapolis and abroad. She has served as a guest critic for the University of Massachusetts Amherst’s Architecture + Design Program, Norwich Univeristy’s Architecture school, and for Middlebury College’s architecture program, and has taught at the University of Minnesota. She is a licensed architect in Vermont, Minnesota, New York, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania. She’s also a member of the American Institute of Architects, Vermont Green Building Association, and Building for Social Responsibility. She was the Cameron Visiting Architect at Middlebury College in March ’19, and is a member of Efficiency Vermont’s Efficiency Excellence Network.
ALEXANDER TERRY became a team member in August 2020 after receiving his Masters in Architecture from Cornell University. While in school he studied the embedded and projected anxieties of university students, and experimented with novelty architectural systems that encourage self-reflection and exposure to nature in an effort to alleviate stress. While working for Cornell’s Robotic Construction Lab (RCL) and HANNAH Alex specialized in digital fabrication methods including 6-axis wood milling and concrete 3D-printing. His prior professional experience includes working on custom residential and educational buildings.
NICK SCRIBNER, AIA, joined EHA in April 2022. He completed his MArch at California College of the Arts in 2018 where he earned the Book Award (2016) and COTE Top 10 Award (2018). He is a licensed architect in Vermont and previously worked in transit and infrastructure on the West Coast focusing on custom design and fabrication using architectural composites as well as incorporation of art into public transit facilities. Before pursuing a career in architecture, he worked as a musician and carpenter in Montreal. Nick is originally from the Northeast Kingdom and is excited to be practicing in his home state.
VANILLE FRICKER joined EHA+D in January 2022. After graduating from Cornell University with a Bachelor in Architecture, she worked in multi and single-family residential design in Massachusetts and Vermont. Her interests range from material sustainability to spatial ergonomics and the symbiosis between space and inhabitant. Her thesis was an exploration into housing that is 100% biodegradable or recyclable/reusable. Prior to choosing a path in residential architecture she gained experience in a variety of architectural typologies including schools, university buildings, medical facilities, and landscape design.