Tiffany is a high-end residential designer specializing in traditional architecture. She has spent most of her career between New York City, Philadelphia and, more recently, California, where she ran her own firm assisting interior designers and architects with residential drafting and design. After graduating from the University of Notre Dame in 2002, Tiffany taught classes on the Classical Orders at the National Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art (2002-2005) and Syracuse University (2002). She was greatly involved as the Coordinator of Academic Programs for the ICAA Mid-Atlantic region (2005-2006). While there, she organized the academic programs, classes, and tours - including a tour of the White House (2006). In 2009, she went on to Belgium to be a part of the international team at Axel Vervoordt assisting in luxury residential projects. Tiffany has been published in The Classicist for her World Trade Center Memorial project for the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation. She assisted with plan renderings for the book The Architecture of Delano & Alderich, published by W.W. Norton & Co in 2003, and has had projects she worked on published in Architectural Digest and House Beautiful. She is currently a Project Manager for Austin Patterson Disston Architects in Southport, CT.