Designers

Jessica Yeh

Senior Designer

B.S. l ArtCenter College of Design


Jessica grew up in Los Angeles and graduated from ArtCenter College of Design with a bachelor’s in Environmental Design - a degree that combines both architecture and interiors. With a background in both disciplines, she brings a unique set of skills to the Butler Armsden team. She’s had a previous career in commercial interior design, spending several years designing museum exhibits; including projects for The California Science Center, The National Blues Museum, and The Church History Museum, to name a few. She’s also designed retail clothing stores and restaurants, including the Flagship Ben and Jerry’s Ice cream shop in Vermont. Before starting at Butler Armsden at the beginning of 2020, Jessica focused on interior architecture for several wineries in Napa, California.

Jessica’s interest in architecture and interior design stem from both art and psychology. She grew up drawing and painting, and was intrigued by how color, materials, and overall look and feel of a space affect people’s perceptions. Jessica incorporates these methodologies into her work today, designing spaces with a broad user experience in mind.

While working on museum exhibits, Jessica learned how to design custom cabinetry and furniture, which sparked a fascination with Japanese joinery, and different methods of construction and detailing. Outside of work, she enjoys sewing, working on craft projects, and exploring hiking trails.