Zoya believes that architecture should be unique to the client, engaging and enriching the project's locale. Originally from the Republic of Belarus, Zoya lived in Florida for seven years, moving to Montana in 2010 bringing her love for fishing and the great outdoors. She joined FH Architects in 2012, practicing architectural design, leadership, and collaboration skills. During her tenure, she received both Bachelors and Masters degrees from the School of Architecture at Montana State University, also acquiring several scholarships and awards throughout. Zoya is passionate about her roots and traditions believing that history is worth preserving and architecture is among the richest forms of historical context.