Sarah Finch

Interior Designer

Education: Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design from Radford University. 

Sarah leads the interior design department in efforts for the team including specifying materials, finishes, and products.  She is responsible for determining space requirements on projects and rendering customer needs into construction documents. Sarah graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design from Radford University.

Sarah chose Fisher Architecture because of their expansive portfolio and great quality of projects. She was also drawn to the comradery and experience of the employees at Fisher.

During her free time, Sarah enjoys running, traveling, volunteering at her church, lounging at the beach, playing with her dog Tito, and visiting local breweries. Sarah resides in Berlin with her husband, Connor.


Abagale Burton

A.I.A. Associate, LEED-AP
Education: Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Master’s of Architecture from Kent State University 

With experience in REVIT drafting, project management and graphic design, Abbey helps lead architectural design efforts for the Fisher team.  She is responsible for managing projects from concept to completion through preparing client presentations, renderings, animations and construction documents.  She received her Bachelor of Science in Architecture and her Master in Architecture from Kent State University. Abbey brings extensive experience working on designing multiple sectors. Abbey is a certified LEED AP and an Associate Member of the AIA.

She joined Fisher because she was drawn to their expansive variety of projects and saw it as a great opportunity to grow as a designer and expand her profile. She also liked how involved they were involved in their local community.

In her free time, she enjoys volunteering, hiking, soccer, and spending time outdoors. She is also an adamant fan of Pittsburgh sports teams, especially the Penguins. Abbey resides in Fruitland with her boyfriend, Kolby and their dog, Ella.

Chan Park

Architectural Designer 
Education: Bachelor of Science in Architecture, University of Maryland, College Park

Chan Park | Architectural DesignerChan joined the Fisher team as an architectural intern in Spring 2018, and was later hired as full time in January 2019. With her professional skills in Autodesk Revit, AutoCAD and additional expertise in Adobe Photoshop, she provide greater productivity in her contributions to the Fisher design team.

Chan is skilled in providing renderings, building information technology, area planning, and facilities management. She has experience in coordinated mixed-use, multi-phase construction projects in healthcare and higher education environments. Her ability to work well with vendors and project collaborators in multi-family, commercial, private and public industries provides value to the Fisher team. In addition to providing architectural services, Chan is responsible for overseeing printing applications and equipment, as well as preparing presentations for clients to include animation, rendering and real-time walkthroughs.

Her willingness to learn and take on new projects make her a great addition to the team. Park knew she wanted to work at Fisher Architecture after completing her “UMD intern for a day” and enjoying her positive experience with the firm.

In her free time, she enjoys baking and spending time with her parents and younger sister.

Cory Pereira

A.I.A. Associate

Education: Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Roger Williams University; Masters in Architecture from Academy of Art University. 

Cory Pereira | Architectural Designer - Fisher Architecture, LLCAs an architectural designer, Cory provides project management by monitoring the status of projects and providing guidance to the Fisher design teams.  He received his Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Roger Williams University and earned his Masters in Architecture from Academy of Art University in December 2018.  Cory brings three years of experience working on designing biopharmaceutical manufacturing facilities and laboratories.  He also spent two years in project management for process engineering which involves the integration of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineering and regulatory compliance.

In his free time he enjoys snowboarding, skiing and rock climbing.  Cory lives with this wife, Carmella and their daughter in Salisbury.  

Adrian Bradshaw

A.I.A. Associate
Education: Bachelor of Science in Architecture, University of Maryland, College Park, 2015
Master’s Degree in Architecture, University of Maryland, College Park, May 2017

Adrian Bradshaw joined the Fisher team as an architectural designer in Spring 2017 upon graduation after interning with the firm since in 2014. His professional skills in Autodesk Revit, Inventor and AutoCAD—and additional expertise in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign—provide efficiency in his contributions to the Fisher design team. His strengths in development, interaction with clients and vendors, and effective implementation skills show his commitment to every project he fulfills. Bradshaw knew he had a future in architecture after attending CAD classes (computer-aided design and drafting) at Parkside High School and capitalizing on his hobby of drawing. 

L. Caitlin Fisher

Chief Financial Officer
Education: Bachelor’s Degree from Clemson University 2004

L. Caitlin Fisher | Chief Financial OfficerCaitlin Fisher—Chief Financial Officer for Fisher Architecture since 2009—oversees day to day operations, manages the growing staff, finances, financial planning and record-keeping for the firm.  Caitlin plays a major role in the company’s success and has helped the firm grow and transform through a combination of tools and resources.  As the CFO, her diverse and challenging roles include being a steward, operator, strategist, and catalyst.  Caitlin brings extensive financial management experience to the team as well as credentials in management from her degree from Clemson University.  Fisher also brings worldly experience to the table from her time spent studying abroad in Chile.

Past work experience includes assisting a local and well-respected REALTOR, and career experience in the hospitality industry in Florida.  Caitlin enjoys spending time with husband Keith and their two sons, John and James.

Haley Echard

Haley Echard - Office Manager for Fisher Architecture, LLC

As the office manager for Fisher Architecture, Haley is responsible for assisting the CFO with financials, invoicing, payroll, new hires and marketing initiatives.  Her role also supports project managers with proposals, maintaining project reports, deposits, calendars, licenses, and the scheduling of staff meetings.  Haley has a Bachelors in Psychology from Salisbury University and is a certified nursing assistant.  Her positive attitude and experience with people and human resources help to keep the day to day operations running smoothly and efficiently.

When Haley isn’t in the office she enjoys going to the beach, outdoor activities, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.   


Heather A. Morrison

Chief Operations Director, AIA

Licensed: MD
Education: Bachelor of Architecture from Temple University 2009

Heather joined Fisher Architecture in 2012 after experience at another design firm in the area and has over ten years of professional experience. She graduated from Temple University in 2009 with her Bachelor of Architecture and became a licensed Architect in 2020. Heather leads the design team as the Chief Operations Director.

Her experience to date has been concentrated in overall staff organization, client engagement, design, project management and construction administration. She brings to the team a strong commitment to code-compliant design and effective project management. She has established strong, long-lasting relationships with repeat clients and is highly respected in the community by multiple contractors and engineers. Heather’s ability to manage projects, staff, and stay extremely organized is unmatched. Her attention to detail is meticulous and her capability to clarify complicated details across project teams is refreshing. Heather is dedicated to team building and promoting insightful ideas and creativity. She works directly with the firm principal and is able to effectively utilize the firm’s resources to successfully complete projects on time and within budget.

During her free time, Heather enjoys going to the beach and spending time with her family.

Tareq Zietoon

A.I.A. Associate
Education: Bachelor of Science in Architecture, School of Architecture Planning and Preservation, University of Maryland, College Park, 2015

Tareq Zietoon | Architectural DesignerTareq joined Fisher Architecture as an intern in 2015 and was hired upon his graduation. He is experienced in drafting, rendering, model making and sketching. His professional skills include the use of AutoCAD, SketchUp, InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator and Rhino. Tareq brings creativity, a high level of communication and organizational skills, and consistently promotes the team player approach on all projects.

Keith P. Fisher

AIA, LEED AP, Principal
EarthCraft and NCARB certified
Education: Bachelor of Architecture 1998 from Philadelphia University
Licensed: MD, DE, PA, VA, DC, NJ, FL

Keith P. Fisher | PrincipalKeith founded Fisher Architecture in 2009. He spent nine years at one of the Eastern Shore’s largest design firms. While there, he realized that the firm was not providing a much-needed service to a majority of the client base. With the significant downturn in the economy, Keith began Fisher Architecture with the vision to aid in the early stages of the design process. Real Estate Brokers and land owners engaged him to find more creative ways to market their assets. This strategy allowed the firm to gain a significant client base, develop relationships with a wide range of project types, and expand the reach of the firm geographically.

As Principal, Keith oversees the firm’s strategic plan, and day-to-day operations. Keith is also involved in the design and management of all projects. He sets the schedule, priorities, and goals for each project. He sets the standards high for the staff and has a hands-on approach with his team, promoting an open, collaborative design process where ideas and insights are valued.

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