Brittany is a recent transplant to Denver, CO after living in San Francisco, CA for the last fourteen years. She's been in th…More about Brittany Spinner ›
Nicole is a graduate of the Art Institute of Colorado and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree with a focus on Interior Design. Sh…More about Nicole Brindle ›
Ashley Aniston is a proud trans woman with a passion for place-making that incorporates environmental and social justice. Du…More about Ashley Aniston ›
Candice's career in the hospitality industry spans over 18 years in interior design and sales. She practiced Interior Design …More about Candice Spicer ›
Brittany is a recent transplant to Denver, CO after living in San Francisco, CA for the last fourteen years. She’s been in the design industry for almost 15 years, and has been working remotely off and on for almost two years here in Denver. She is a self-proclaimed nerd whose recent passions include playing board games, starting a history club in her neighborhood, and becoming a transit and walkability advocate.
Professionally, Brittany’s unique approach to design is filled with passion, diligence, curiosity and the continuous love of learning. This love of learning guides her in teaching younger staff based on her experience in a large variety of projects, clients, and locations. Her personal motto is that every day is a new challenge and a new opportunity to grow. In a team setting, Brittany is a hands-on team player that feels that leadership also means to stand side by side with each other to help with project workload and deadlines.
Nicole is a graduate of the Art Institute of Colorado and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree with a focus on Interior Design. She began her career designing model homes as a Design Assistant, while working part time in a drapery showroom and performing various freelance works. Nicole has since gained invaluable experience working as a sub-representative for several manufacturers. In 2018, Nicole opened her own sales firm as an Independent manufacturer’s representative.
Nicole is also an accomplished mixed media artist, and loves doing anything creative from baking to creating Mala for meditation. To see some of her artwork visit nicolebrindle.com
Ashley Aniston is a proud trans woman with a passion for place-making that incorporates environmental and social justice. During a successful academic career of over twenty years, she led a new interior design program to its initial CIDA accreditation and trained hundreds of emerging designers in the context of NAAB and CIDA accredited programs. Recently Ashley has returned to practice as a Senior Designer with Iron Horse Architects. Ashley is inspired by Iron Horse Architects’ mission to design resilient places and spaces that strengthen communities. She is currently working on commercial projects at a wide variety of scales, from the Colorado Convention Center expansion to a 400 SF concession at Denver International Airport. Ashley is an avid alpine ski racer competing in the Rocky Mountain Masters series. She has native fluency in verbal and written German.
Candice’s career in the hospitality industry spans over 18 years in interior design and sales. She practiced Interior Design in the hospitality industry from 2005 to 2010. In 2010 Candice transitioned to sales, servicing the Rocky Mountain Region. In 2021, Candice started her own multi-line agency Shift Design Studio focused on high-quality hospitality products and design collaboration. Candice is an NCIDQ accredited professional, and also served on the board of the NEWH Rocky Mountain Chapter from 2009 to 2018, holding the chapter president position in 2013 and 2014. Candice recently rejoined the NEWH Rocky Mountain Chapter board in 2021 as their EID (Equality, Inclusion, Diversity) director.
In her personal time, Candice enjoys to plan and host events, travel, and spending time with her family. She is a 90’s hip-hop fanatic, loves to bake, and can often be found supporting environmental causes and volunteering with nonprofits.