Mary Catherine Bullock
LEED Green Associate
A Philadelphia native, Mary Catherine resettled in New Orleans in 2011 to pursue a Masters of Architecture at Tulane University. Before moving to the South, Mary Catherine attended Columbia University where she transitioned from studying visual arts to architecture and anthropology. There she discovered a love of architecture in the intersection of anthropology and art. It was then she decided to spend her life creating artistic expressions that have an everyday impact on people and culture.
Serving in leadership roles within the professional community, she was elected to sit on the AIA New Orleans Board in 2016. In the same year, Mary Catherine and a team of local practitioners received the Professional Achievement Award from AIA Louisiana for her work on 10 Years 10 Stories: Architecture of Recovery, an exhibit that described the 10 years after Hurricane Katrina and the role local architects played in rebuilding the City of New Orleans.
When not in the studio, you can spot Mary Catherine training for ½ marathons in City Park, teaching indoor cycling classes, or riding around the city on her Vespa LXV 150.