Debra Sparks has a meticulous and enthusiastic way of approaching design and clients. For 27 years she has shared her passion with clients, co-workers students and friends. She is an award winning designer specializing in senior living facilities and public library programming and design. Her diverse portfolio also includes higher education, healthcare, churches, civic/municipal and retail projects. She is an expert in space planning, finishes and furniture specifications, custom mill work design and signage.
Being an instructor of Professional Practices at her Alma mater, Ball State University, allowed her to share her experiences with students. Debra has also taught classes at the Anderson Museum of Art, which is located in one of her favorite buildings, the former Carnegie Library.
Exploring nature is Debra's favorite weekend pastime. She enjoys kayaking, biking and cross country skiing. Tanner, her golden retriever, loves to spend time with her hiking, backpacking and camping.