Brad Wright – Owner / Architect
Owner and Architect Brad Wright is a native of South Carolina and a graduate of Clemson University, where he completed his undergraduate studies and Master of Architecture degree. During the early years of his career, Brad built a solid foundation of experience working on a diverse array of commercial and residential projects before founding Wright Design in 2008. His professional accreditation includes certification through the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, registration in several states and membership with the American Institute of Architects.
An artist at heart, Brad began developing his creative talent at an early age under the mentorship of a family friend who was also an accomplished artist. He has continued to hone his design perspective throughout his education and career, and his work is particularly influenced by time spent living and traveling throughout Europe. Brad loves bringing the joy of the creative process to his clients through a collaborative design process.
Molly Wittig – Director of Interior Design
As a lover of art from a young age, Molly pursued a career in interior design, seeing it as one of the most practical and impactful art forms affecting all people on a daily basis. Equipped with a degree in interior design and business from the University of Alabama, as well as her NCIDQ license, she has built a solid foundation of experience in both large-scale commercial and high-end residential design. Along the way, she has continually refined her inventive sense of creativity and developed an extensive base of technical knowledge.
Molly sees great importance in leading an active, balanced lifestyle, with the freedom to take wonder in the smallest details. She believes that a beautiful home, which embodies the unique personality of the client and supports the needs of those using the spaces, helps to create this harmony. Equally at home on the soccer field or treasure hunting in an antique store, Molly enjoys a diverse array of interests outside the office. She is also an active member and volunteer for the Junior League of Greenville.
Noah Poor – Project Manager
A Tennessee native, Noah earned his undergraduate degree from Appalachian State University and then returned to his home state to pursue a Master’s degree from the University of Tennessee, with a concentration in Sustainable + Urban Design. While pursuing his degree, he also served as Team Leader for the University’s Green Oak Initiative to research and develop innovative construction techniques based on environmental impact studies, and was awarded top prize at the EPA P3 Expo. Noah’s professional experience has also given him a high level of expertise in timber frame design and fabrication.
A true Renaissance man, Noah is skilled in wood and metal fabrication, and is also an accomplished musician. In his spare time, he enjoys watching Vols football and competing in the occasional trivia night.
Tyler Hughes – Project Architect
Tyler spent his collegiate years pursuing a Master’s degree in Architecture with a concentration in Sustainable Design. This formative background gave him a passion for designing projects that connect people to nature, while having as minimal impact as possible. Throughout his career, he has developed experience in residential and commercial projects of all scales and complexities. Tyler is a licensed Architect, holds LEED AP BD+C certification and is our resident expert in Building Information Modeling.
Tyler’s eco-conscious attitude extends beyond architecture as well – most days, you can find him cycling to and from the office. A recent transplant from Chicago, he enjoys discovering the Greenville area with his wife and son.
Emily Johnson – Interior Designer
A recent graduate from the University of Georgia, Emily started out pursuing an art degree before deciding to focus her creative talents on a career in interior design. As a student, Emily was a multiple scholarship recipient and an active member of ASID. She also acquired valuable hands-on experience as part of the UGA Tiny House construction project. At the outset of her career, Emily has already gained experience in both commercial and residential design through internships and independent projects in Nashville, TN and Athens, GA.
Having just moved to Greenville, Emily is actively exploring her new town with her pup, Sammie. Always up for an adventure, she is an avid runner and enjoys traveling and participating in half marathon events around the country.