Hennebery Eddy Hires Four Design & Marketing Staff

By Hennebery Eddy

Hennebery Eddy Architects has expanded its design and marketing teams, adding a project architect, a design staff member, an interior designer, and a graphics coordinator.

Hennebery Eddy hires Portland Oregon
L-R: Andrew Milner; Nick Oelrich, AIA; Liz Bray, NCIDQ; Stephanie Van Dyke

Andrew Milner joins Hennebery Eddy as a design staff member, bringing design experience as well as graphic and illustration talents to the firm’s corporate, civic, and urban design projects, including concept development for the pro bono O’Bryant Square Vision. He has corporate facility and higher education design experience from his time practicing in Boston with Leers Weinzapfel Associates and Elkus Manfredi Architects. Andrew is a LEED Green Associate. He earned a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Virginia and a Master of Architecture from the University of Oregon.

Project architect Nick Oelrich, AIA, joins Hennebery Eddy after practicing in Boise, Los Angeles, and New York. At Hennebery Eddy, Nick is a member of the Portland Art Museum Rothko Pavilion design team. Nick has participated in a range of conceptual architectural design competitions and brings strong graphic skills to Hennebery Eddy. He earned a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Idaho – Moscow and a Master of Architecture from the University of Idaho – Boise. Nick is also a LEED Green Associate and registered as a licensed architect in New York state.

Senior interior designer Liz Bray, NCIDQ, brings two decades of award-winning corporate and commercial interior design expertise to Hennebery Eddy. She is leading the design effort for renovation of the Alaska Airlines Lounge at Portland International Airport and the interior design of the Columbia Square lobby renovation for Melvin Mark Properties. Liz is a LEED Accredited Professional and a nationally certified interior design professional. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from the College of Architecture and Environmental Design at Arizona State University.

Stephanie Van Dyke joins Hennebery Eddy’s marketing and project teams as graphics coordinator. In her role, she helps manage Hennebery Eddy’s graphic system and brand identity, providing graphic assistance to design teams and preparing marketing materials. Stephanie’s experience spans 12 years in San Francisco working with and consulting to notable architecture and design firms, including HOK, SmithGroup and Anshen+Allen. She earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from Los Angeles Valley College and California State University – Northridge and a certificate in graphic design from the University of California Berkeley.