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Susan Brisk

Susan has been working in the design field for the past 43 years. She worked in the restaurant design industry for 21 years, and since 1987 she has worked as a kitchen and bath designer. Her goal has always been to combine good, functional space planning with a clear understanding of creating an environment that is not just pleasing to the eye, but creates the best possible living space for her clients. Susan has been teaching at the BAC since 2000. She enjoys teaching the Kitchen & Bath Studio I class because it gives her the opportunity to introduce students to the many hats a designer in this field wears. She also teaches the Material & Estimating Course, where the class takes an in-depth look at cabinets, appliances, fixtures, and fittings, as well as all the latest and greatest in finishes and furnishings. More


Bob Brooks

Bob has been a practicing landscape architect for 29 years. He was directed toward an environmental sustainability ethic from the very beginning. Bob has been involved in several green roof projects, and has worked with Green Roofs for Healthy Cities on a green roof course. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council. More


Brandy Brooks

Brandy Brooks is a 2006 graduate from the BAC with a Bachelor of Design Studies degree in Design Computing. While at the BAC, she served as President of the Atelier Board and a member of the BAC’s Strategic Plan Committee and is now an instructor in the BDS program and a design critic for students in the Architecture and Interior Design programs More


Len Charney

Len Charney is the Head of Practice at the Boston Architectural College. More


Nina Chase

Nina Chase is an enthusiastic, emerging Landscape Architect in Boston, MA, and a recent graduate of West Virginia University and Harvard's Graduate School of Design. More