Trish Donnally is the Public Relations Manager for Perkins Eastman. She has built her career on writing about and promoting inspiring design. Previously, Ms. Donnally was Regional Public Relations Director for Gensler and Director of Public Relations for ForrestPerkins.
Earlier in her career, Ms. Donnally was Editor in Chief of Washington Spaces, a design magazine owned by The Washington Post that she helped launch in 2004 to celebrate the work of talented architects and interior designers. Ms. Donnally has co-authored three books on design. The first, The New Traditional with Darryl Carter, one of Architectural Digest's Top 100, Clarkson Potter / Publishers, 2008, is in its third printing. Elle Decor named her second book, The Collected Home, also co-authored with Darryl Carter, among the Best Design Books of Winter 2012. And she co-authored Ingenue to Icon with Howard V. Kurtz, D Giles Limited, London, 2015.
Prior to that, Ms. Donnally was Fashion Editor of the San Francisco Chronicle, where she interviewed Giorgio Armani, Ralph Lauren, and Karl Lagerfeld, among others, and was honored with more than two dozen national journalism awards. She covered the runway collections in Milan, Paris, and New York for 15 years. Ms. Donnally holds a Bachelor of Science in Conservation and Resource Management from the University of Maryland.