Jessica Musick is a Principal in the Oakland office of KTGY, an architecture firm she joined in 2003. Since her start at the firm, she developed a diverse portfolio and plays an integral role in establishing the design vision and carrying projects through design approvals. Focusing on urban-infill mixed-use projects, Jessica believes that architecture should be deeply rooted in the community where it sits, responsibly responding to client goals, community needs and the urban context. Having served as lead designer for residential and mixed-use developments, Jessica’s experiences have given her the insight that good design is the product of many factors and puts a priority on communication, process and understanding project economics.
The Zamudio family has three members involved in the commercial real estate industry in the Bay Area. Mark, the dad, has been an industrial...