RMID uses a critical path management timeline for on-schedule project completion. Starting with a personal site visit, the team will chart a conceptual landscape through economy, ecology and culture for sustainability. RMID analyzes geographical location for energy efficiency and determines the best use of sustainable design. The team accentuates language, technology beliefs and culture in to each client’s unique built environment. Throughout the design process, the team will ensure each client’s needs and desires are met and reflected in the physical structure and interior space. To watch as progress unfolds, clients may explore construction documents that are drawn with building information modeling software ensuring that the final result is the creation of a space that is innovative and aesthetically pleasing.



Cheryl holds a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Interior Architecture & Design from the prestigious Academy of Art University in San Francisco.

A native of Fargo, North Dakota, she received her undergraduate degree in business management and went on to work in the building industry. In 1988, she opened a retail home furnishing business which incorporated interior design elements and was a member of the North Dakota Museum of Art’s Board of Directors until relocating to Siesta Key, Florida in 2004 and opening her own interior design studio.

With over 25 years of experience in the field of interior architecture & design, Cheryl’s broad portfolio includes successful projects in new construction, remodels, residential developments, private homes, commercial spaces, hospitality, and medical facilities.

While in Florida, Cheryl served on the Board of Directors of the Siesta Key Chamber of Commerce as well as the Siesta Key Village Association and she has been on the Sarasota County Bicycle Pedestrian Trail Advisory Committee and the Advisory Council of the Center for Architecture’s Sarasota Modern Show.

She currently serves as adjunct professor of Interior Design at Southern Technical College in Fort Myers, Florida and online for Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design in Denver, Colorado.

Chery has employed and mentored several interns from the University of North Dakota’s entrepreneurship program, supporting their path toward successful careers.



Marcus received his Master of Interior Architecture and Product Design from Kansas State University in Kansas City and relocated to Denver shortly after graduation.

He is a licensed architect, a member of the American Institute of Architects, and a National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) certified interior designer. In addition to his time in Kansas City, his professional perspective includes intern experiences in San Francisco and New York, and his unique understanding of both the interior and architectural realms ensures a comprehensive design and technical approach to each project he undertakes.

His work for Reed Group was recognized by the IIDA Rocky Mountain Chapter as the "BEST Workplace above 50,000SF". His 2016 contributions to UNICO's Denver Club Building and the Cambiar project were recognized in the Denver Post and Colorado Real Estate Journal, respectively.

Outside of work he enjoys exploring the city’s restaurants and bars, cooking, skiing, and camping.



Jessica has a Master of Science in Interior Design from Arizona State University and she is National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) certified.

Since acquiring her undergraduate degree, she has worked full time in the field of Commercial Interior Design. Her specialties include space planning, AutoCAD, construction management, finish selection, field verification, and furniture specification for large commercial clients.

She also has a passion for teaching which she brings to Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design where she has taught a variety of Interior Design classes including, Introduction to Interior Design, Commercial Design, AutoCAD, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Hospitality Design for the past 15 years.

In her spare time, Jessica loves to hike with her son Jaxson, daughter Jaidyn, and Vizsla puppy Bailey. And, as an avid amateur photographer, you will often see her with a camera in hand.



Craving more creativity in her life, Stefanie decided to leave the world of accounting and pursue her dream of being a designer, so she went back to school and, with the help of her family, graduated cum laude from Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design with a Bachelor’s in Sustainable Design.

Her love of architecture and interiors shines through in her unique and modern design selections.

A Southern transplant, Stefanie relocated to the Denver metro area over ten years ago. As an environmentalist, naturalist, and activist, Colorado has proven the perfect place to make a home and raise her family. Stefanie enjoys traveling, yoga, hiking, long walks with Buddha Bear, her Bernese Mountain Dog, and helping to coach her daughter’s competitive softball team.


RMID focuses on the atmospheric impact of lighting. The team’s expertise in layout and strategies ensures that lighting plans emphasize energy efficiency and the correct consistency of kelvins for color temperature.


A critical component of sustainable design is indoor environmental air quality and energy efficiency. By balancing natural and mechanical ventilation, RMID creates sustainable and efficient environments that are assisted with solar and geothermal systems.


RMID emphasizes circulation and ergonomics when applying universal design practices. As such, every project involves in depth material research. The RMID team attends trade shows throughout the U.S. and Europe to ensure every member is well versed on the latest in sustainable thinking and smart design.

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