Darby Harper
General Manager

Darby has focused her career on providing business and financial direction to artists and design professionals.  She derives great satisfaction working with creative professionals of unique vision who design, create, and build tangible environments and products.  Before joining Geremia, Darby spent most of the last decade as General Manager for an international jewelry designer, and the nineties as Head of Sales for the archive division of Corbis Images in New York City. Darby holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and spends her spare time wandering the dusty book, antique and junk stores in the Bay Area with her dog Fred.

Emily Ord
Senior Designer

Emily’s interest in design lies in a holistic approach to creating environments. As a senior designer and project manager, her process includes the thoughtful consideration of scale, function and the end user’s personal development of space. Designing and realizing custom furniture and lighting is an especially gratifying aspect of the work she does with Geremia Design. Emily is a graduate of the Interior Architecture program at University of Oregon.

Erin O’Brien
Designer

Erin works with the Residential team at Geremia Design. She focuses on product procurement for clients, which includes vendor relationships, purchase coordination, and install organization. She also designs floor plans that specialize in spatial relationships between furniture and interior architecture. Erin enjoys conceptualizing with the Geremia Design team to generate visual presentations, renderings, and custom furniture. Erin received her Architectural Degree at Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, in 2013.

Stephanie Willemsen
Designer

Stephanie appreciates craft, comfort, simplicity and seamless functionality in all things. With experience in furniture, lighting and product design, she is excited by the challenge of bringing objects together in cohesive and thoughtful spaces. A result of her industrial design training, Stephanie’s process revolves around an analysis of function, often leading to simple solutions based on the inherent strengths of a material or composition. Her interest in interior design comes from a desire to enhance the places that bring people together. Stephanie holds a BFA in Industrial Design from Rhode Island School of Design.