Design is not just a career for Tyler, it’s an innate passion that began on her family’s real-estate development sites as a child. While growing up in a small town on the coast of Maine, construction, blueprints, and contractors were part of Tyler's everyday world. Although she majored in literature at the George Washington University, she went on to study interior design and architecture at the New York School of Interior Design. Her years in Manhattan infused her education and process with a pace and vibrancy that her work reflects to this day. Tyler’s career began in earnest when she moved back to Maine and flipped a tiny, neglected cottage, the first of many properties she has taken from derelict to delightful. With her unerring eye for skillful, creative, and cost-effective transformation, she has gained national recognition as an emerging commercial and residential design talent. Tyler has the unmatched ability to reimagine the potential in a neglected home or reveal the true personality of a space not yet quite sure of itself.