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Heather Wells

Allison Iantosca

May 1 - 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM


What is Too Much?  

Presented by F.H. Perry Builder

at Heather Wells Studio, 359 Boylston St., #2, Boston, MA 02116


Second in its series, join three design industry thought leaders for an intriguing, intelligent discussion that can’t necessarily happen within the confines of an average workday. Intentionally thought-provoking, let’s explore if there is such a thing as being “too much” in leading design and build teams– too direct, too emotional, too gut-trusting, too demonstrative, too principled, too creative — and how too-muchness may be exactly what we need for our industry, our teams, and ourselves. With you, this “salon-like conversation” can evolve into a safe place to debate, collaborate, learn, and expand our perspectives creating an incubator for a conversation that continues long after our event is done. 

Heather Wells is a Boston based interior designer working in the high-end residential market. She attained her undergraduate degree from Smith College and her Master’s Degree in architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Heather worked in residential architecture firms in Philadelphia and San Francisco. And in 1993 she joined a prestigious Chicago interior design firm where she became managing director. In 1997 Heather launched her own eponymous firm serving projects across the country.


Meg McSherry is the owner and principal designer of her firm located in Newton, MA. Shortly after earning an undergraduate degree, she gained an AAS degree in Interior Design at Parsons School of Design.  Meg worked at residential design firms in Connecticut and Boston before founding Meg McSherry Interiors in 2016. Steadfast believers in the process of good design and collaboration, Meg and her team have projects throughout New England.


Allison Iantosca is the majority owner and president of F.H. Perry Builder. Allison attained her undergraduate degree from Skidmore College and has since done extensive leadership training at the Gestalt International Study Center. Allison is also an Executive Coach and is the author of Leading With HEART. F.H. Perry Builder was inducted into the New England Design Hall of Fame and, most recently, Allison was nationally recognized as Woman of the Year at the Women In Residential and Commercial Construction Conference in Nashville. 

Meg McSherry

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