Amy has been obsessed with room design since the age of three, when she presented a detailed floor plan of her bedroom to her interior designer mother.

A lifelong love of color, graphic design and detail was a natural segue following a BFA, to a successful career as a magazine art director, then photo stylist, working for numerous national publications and iconic titles such as Martha Stewart Living, Real Simple + Country Living.

Amy's hands-on expertise and stylistic approach evolved naturally into designing interiors, where she has designed homes in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont and St. Thomas, USVI.  Prior to co-founding ROBSON LEONARD Design, Amy's talent for color + form along with an expertise in custom workroom + upholstery led to a Senior Designer position at Mark Finlay Interiors in Southport, CT, where she designed both residential + commercial jobs.



Jenny inherited her design gene from her architect father, who brought her up to believe that form follows function -- the underpinning of all thoughtful design.

Her earliest memories are of re-arranging rooms - from her doll house to her parent's summer house - to make spaces prettier + function better.

Jenny’s career combined practical experience at Richard Rogers Partnership Architects in London as the practice's archivist and interior design work for Axel Interiors in CT. Prior to co-founding ROBSON LEONARD Design her formal training included a BA in the History of Art, the Sotheby’s Fine & Decorative Arts course and Fairfield University's Interior Design Professional Certification program.

An intuitive sense for aesthetic details + beauty and a style that blends modern with heirloom helps Jenny create spaces that are harmonious and functional.