We're always interested in connecting with talented individuals looking to join Team Red Barn, and encourage you to submit a resume and portfolio to email@example.com.
In addition to Ryan and Caitlin, Team Red Barn is a nimble group of design professionals. We work in close proximity to each other, which ensures smooth project coordination and presents ample opportunities for collaboration. Our size and workspace ultimately benefit the client – we can quickly shift gears, all team members are up to speed on each project and when necessary, we can dedicate 100% of our resources to a task at hand. Visit our Houzz profile to hear what clients have to say about us, or check out our #meetredbarn series on Instagram (@redbarnarchitecture) and get to know the team better.
We met at an architecture firm
and spent the next seven years
renovating an antique house (and red barn).
In 2016, we founded Red Barn
to offer our distinct blend of services.
Ryan McShera, AIA
Creative Director + Partner
Caitlin is Red Barn’s office ninja, overseeing Interior Projects, Client Relations, Marketing and Business Operations.
Caitlin grew up in a historic house under constant renovation, and spent her formative years at antique shops, country auctions, and the bookstore her parents owned and operated. She studied architecture, urban design and art in college and has held positions at auction houses, museums and historic houses, art spaces and architecture firms. Her portfolio includes both residential and commercial projects.
Ryan is a registered architect and has 15 years of professional practice. He also holds a Massachusetts Construction Supervisor License.
Ryan’s path to architecture began early. His father was a home builder and Ryan followed his footsteps. After five years in the construction field, he entered Boston Architectural College. Ryan has over a decade of architectural practice at notable Boston and North Shore firms. He has overseen projects ranging from single-room additions and custom oceanfront homes to corporate headquarters and commercial-scale breweries.