TIBD, CPBD, Assoc. AIA
Felicia B. Foster is a third generation Austinite with roots in Real Estate, Landscape Architecture, Design and Construction…and business contacts that go back to the 80’s. If you are going to build in Austin, it’s nice to know people.
Her experience as a Project Manager for a National Home Builder at a well known Architectural firm and as Director of Design Development for a local Home Builder have given Felicia a proven track record of success. She established Barron Custom Design in 2003.
Felicia also cares about the community she calls home, Austin, TX. She has donated her design skills and time to Casas for CASA, Habitat for Humanity and Doug’s House, a local AIDS Hospice. Additionally Felicia also donates her time to Mobile Loaves & Fishes and ML&F Community First.
MEET THE TEAM
Ally Ford grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. In 2014, she moved to Texas to attend the University of Texas at Austin and loved it so much she decided to stay. While at UT she majored in Sociology and minored in the School of Information. She joined the Barron Custom Design team in 2018 as a Project Coordinator.
After graduating from Architecture at ITESM, Toluca, Mexico, Joyce worked for a few years at ABITAT, doing commercial projects. She moved to Austin in 2015, and has been with BCD since 2017, where she has learned the most about Residential Architecture. Further developing her technical drafting and rendering skills using Revit and Photoshop. While working at BCD she has developed an interest in sustainable design and she wishes to continue her career studying a Masters on the subject.
Heather A. Lentz
Master of Architecture
As a licensed architect in Texas, Missouri, and South Carolina, Heather has been practicing architecture for 20 years. While she has experience in a wide range of commercial and civic architecture, she especially enjoys historic redevelopment. Heather has brought her attention to detail to Barron Custom Design, where she takes residential and small commercial projects from sketches to permitting.
When she is not practicing architecture, Heather homeschools her two boys, is Vice President of the Cannons Youth Lacrosse team, and enjoys painting and fabric design.
Laura Elizabeth Castilleja (Liz)
From a very young age, Liz expressed interest in design – she wanted to be a fashion designer. As she grew older the possibilities flourished and she became more focused. After weighing all options during her adolescence, she realized she wanted to design homes and was accepted into a magnet program in high school that opened up many different design opportunities. There she became familiar with architectural design. Being born and raised in a small border town, there was not much to do or be inspired by, so she decided to move away and experience a different way of living. After graduating high school in 2014, she moved to Austin, TX to continue pursuing her dream. She enrolled at Austin Community College where she learned they had a similar program to what she had focused on in high school. Since then, she has grown, learned, and fallen completely in love with design and making people fall in love with the space they are in. Her goals in life are to continue growing, by becoming an architect and interior designer.