Looney & Associates promotes four team members

Looney & Associates, an interior design and architecture firm, promoted four designers to support the firm’s growth, which includes a recently opened office in Honolulu and international hospitality projects.

Brian Belcher, Julianne Cary, Mark Cary and Jenna Higginbotham were promoted to associates.

Brian Belcher has worked with Looney & Associates since 2011. As a lead designer, he lent his expertise to a range of projects, including Marriott Marquis Houston, Hyatt Regency Tyson’s Corner, Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center and Renaissance Legacy Plano.

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Julianne Cary has been with Looney & Associates since 2005. Her projects with the company include Wailea Beach Marriott Resort & Spa, The Banyan Tree at the Ritz-Carlton Kapalua and Marriott Marquis Houston.

Mark Cary, a project leader and designer at Looney & Associates, has worked at the firm since 2011. Projects he has executed include Omni at the Battery Atlanta, Omni Barton Creek, St. Regis Hotel in Anguilla, British West Indies, and La Cantera Resort & Spa.

Meanwhile, Jenna Higginbotham has worked as a designer and project leader at Looney & Associates since 2011. She provides design direction on interior architecture and space planning, and has played roles in marketing, event planning and company culture. Her projects include The Lodge at Gulf State Park, JB Duke Hotel, Omni Nashville Hotel and Hyatt Regency Tyson’s Corner.

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