A 1985 graduate of Clemson University College of Architecture, South Carolina native Bill Huey began his working career in Charleston in 1987. He was registered in 1993 and started his firm, Bill Huey + Associates in 1994. Bill served on the Mount Pleasant Old Village Historic District Commission for 10 years and is a past president of the Charleston Custom residential Architects Network – AIA CRAN. Bill currently serves on the Board of Architectural Review (BAR) for the city of Charleston. When not in the office Bill enjoys spending time with his family, traveling abroad, and enjoying the great outdoors.
Michelle Peltier earned her Bachelor of Environmental Design in Architecture and Bachelor of Architecture from North Carolina State University. During her time at NCSU, she had the pleasure of studying abroad for a semester in Prague, Czech Republic. Michelle enjoys digging into the finer details of a home and creating “aha” moments that ultimately bring a house to life. Outside of the office Michelle spends her time running with her Aussie “Dex,” painting and traveling near and far.
Nicole Vieth earned her Bachelor of Architecture degree from North Carolina State University following an undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin. Nicole believes Charleston offers incredible opportunities for her ranging from historic renovations, commercial opportunities and residential home design. Building personal relationships with clients to achieve their vision is very motivating for Nicole. She believes the best reward comes when an owner walks into a built design and their dreams are realized. When not daydreaming about architecture, Nicole enjoys hiking with her two dogs, woodworking and exploring Charleston.