415 Design Building
BS Interior Design UNC-Greensboro
MS Arch Virginia Tech
Kelly Greeson is an associate professor of practice in interior design. He has been practicing interior design for over 20 years. Kelly received his Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He attended and completed the MESDA Summer Institute, a practiced education in the decorative arts and material culture in the early American South. Kelly later received a Master of Science in Architecture with a focus in Interior Design from Virginia Tech University in Blacksburg, Virginia.
Kelly worked as a Senior Designer with Robert A. M. Stern, Architects in New York, and as a Project Manager for Fine Design Interiors in Miami, where he has gained experience on a myriad of project types including residential, hospitality and institutional. He co-founded Design GH in 2008 while living in Miami and currently directs an office in Baton Rouge with both local and national projects.