Tyler Ingham Weld grew up in New York City. After graduating from Skidmore College (1989) with a BS in Fine Art and Art History, she worked for an architectural firm in Bennington VT. that focused on historic restoration. In 1990 she moved to California and earned her Masters in Architecture from San Francisco Institute of Architecture (1994). Weld spent the next 10 years building houses in the Bay Area, primarily in Marin County, and working for Seth Curlin AIA and Restoration Associates in San Francisco and Barbara Brown AIA, in Sausalito. In 2004, she moved to the Berkshires with her family and continues to work on residential projects. Over the past 20 years, she has worked on dozens of houses from remodel to new construction. Her style is influenced by a life spent in New England, summers in France, and the years in Marin, California. Her palette is modern and clean, with influences of farmhouse, family living, and well organized space, while referencing the traditional aesthetic with which she lives.