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 were re-arranging rooms - from her doll house to her parent's summer house - to make spaces function better, in a style that casually blended modern with heirloom.

Before founding Robson Leonard, Jenny’s career has combined practical work experience at Richard Rogers Partnership Architects in London as a practice archivist and interior design work for Axel Interiors in CT with a desire to expand her horizons via Sotheby’s Fine & Decorative Arts course and Fairfield University's Interior Design Professional Certification program.

Jenny's intuitive sense for the aesthetic details and beauty that make well-designed spaces stand out on their own and excel from a functional, use-oriented standpoint.


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 and 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 founding Robson Leonard, 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.

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