Studio RED Promotes Gwyndolyn Mowbray to Senior Associate


March 12, 2018



Allie Horne

Meeks Marketing, Inc.

832 330 4693


Studio RED Promotes Gwyndolyn Mowbray to Senior Associate


HOUSTON, TEXAS —- Studio RED continues to grow their Denver office and is excited to announce the promotion of Gwyndolyn Mowbray to Senior Associate. In addition to leading the Denver office, Gwyndolyn is currently managing a variety of projects including Diamond Head Theatre and a confidential Performing Arts Center in St. Louis.

Gwyndolyn joined Studio RED in 2012 after graduating from Auburn University and has become an invaluable team member. A licensed architect, Gwyndolyn specializes in designing and managing theatre, commercial and sustainable projects and is spearheading the Denver office’s marketing and business development efforts. Gwyndolyn also serves as the firm’s BIM (Building Information Modeling) Manager, leading efforts to integrate the 3D modeling into Studio RED projects.

Noteworthy projects Gwyndolyn has worked on include the $46.5 million Alley Theatre renovation, Double LEED Platinum Treehouse Memorial City, and the award-winning Sugar Land Performing Arts Center.

Founding Partner Pete Ed Garrett notes that “Promoting Gwyndolyn was an easy decision. She brings passion, precision and a marketing-minded approach to our team here in Houston and in Denver.”

When Gwyndolyn isn’t hard at work she can be found skiing in the mountains or hiking with her fur-baby, Ansley.

Please see the following page for Gwyndolyn’s headshot.


Studio RED Architects is a Houston-based architectural firm with a reputation for design and excellence in entertainment, commercial and worship facilities. Notable projects include The Alley Theatre, Double LEED Platinum Treehouse Memorial City, Midtown Arts & Theater Center Houston, HCSS and SEARCH Homeless Services.

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