We are honored to have these local personalities as our 2019 Castleberry Hill Loft Tour Judges. The 7 loft owners have a chance to earn the title of Judge’s Choice and People’s Choice. Good luck!
Katie Mallett | Make+Do
Katie Mallett is a Cobb county native and the founder of Make + Do, which hosts creative workshops taught by local makers + doers. She founded her company in May of 2018 and has hosted over 50 workshops since then. Throughout her career, she’s always gravitated towards building relationships and connecting people.
She loves creating meaningful experiences and thinking of every detail. She also has a love for designing spaces. When she’s not working, you can find her eating Mexican food and/or watching the Braves / Dawgs / Falcons with her husband Ben + their dog Tucker.
Emily Boyle | Atlanta Magazine
Emily Boyle has always loved design. She attended Virginia Commonwealth University for Fashion Design as well as Marketing and Advertising. Living in Atlanta for 20+ years she worked for Atlanta Business Chronicle and the Business Journals for 18 years and was a mentor in leadership nationwide. That said, her calling came with her “dream job” with Atlanta Magazine’s HOME early this year—where she recently joined as Associate Publisher. She is thrilled to be back to her roots and working with the design community she knows and loves. With one showhome under her belt in June, and another to follow for the ASO 75th Anniversary next year.
She is thrilled to be back to her roots and working with the design community she knows and loves. With one showhome under her belt in June, and another to follow for the ASO 75th Anniversary next year, she’s thrilled to take in the beauty in the Castleberry Hill NA Loft Tour.
Matthew Carr | Cooper Carry
Matthew Carr rejoined Cooper Carry in 2011 and was named an Associate in 2012 and a Senior Associate in 2015. He brings more than 15 years of experience and has worked as project architect on several projects for the firm’s Hospitality Studio. He has been a key contributor in several hospitality projects including the Marriott Marquis Convention Center Hotel in Washington, DC. Before hospitality, Matthew was a key element in the Mixed-Use Studio during the construction of 60 North Market Street in Asheville, North Carolina, and Metropolitan Midtown in Charlotte, North Carolina. Matthew also has experience in aviation transportation, retail, and office market segments. His previous experience in Convention Centers blends well with the needs of the Hospitality Studio. With the completion of the Marriott Marquis in June of 2014, Matthew had more than 1.5 billion dollars of construction under his belt. Matthew graduated from the University of Idaho with a Bachelor of Architecture. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the National Council of Architectural Registration Board (NCARB). Matthew is registered to practice architecture in 3 states, and a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP).