The THNE Team

"Straight up fun! People who have a Tiny House have a very positive outlook about their lives. Their tiny building, whether as a primary residence, a vacation home or home office space, has just what they need to live comfortably. All that unseen/unused "stuff" that normally sits in attics, closets and basements are not welcome in most tiny houses. You can keep what you love, but enjoy a lifestyle with so little cleanup and maintenance! You'll have the mental space to do what you adore: organic gardening, writing the great "enovel", or parking your tiny home in a beautiful natural landscape and rolling in the grass! Peer out from a northeast weather-ready tiny house. Your view of the Atlantic, White Mountains, Berkshires or a Green Mountain lake might be worth a "million dollars", but the price of the tiny house is not much more than a mid-priced car. All of this simple pleasure while conserving the resoures of the planet!" ~ Isa

Graphic designer, website support and overall internet communications guy, it's likely that you'll be communicating with Eric in response to a tiny house contact form you filled in. Eric is also Isa's go-to brother for logistics and tiny house finishes and improvements!

Owner of a [almost] tiny summer cottage and a hidden stash of baseball cards, he's been known to step away from the computer long enough to go to a minor league baseball game.

A.A.; Concentration: computer arts


Isa spent much of her time in grad school learning and sharing information about Green Building. Now, a decade later, she is the Project Manager and the ongoing lead contact for Design and Customer Service at Tiny House Northeast - New England.

Isa owns a tiny Victorian cottage, and has been involved in that and other residential home building and maintenance since she was 19-years old, including contracting and logistics for building projects. Isa is also the proud owner of a mico-building on wheels, constructed to replace a tent! A sturdily framed building, It includes a reclaimed antique window, scrap shiplap, and a painted metal roof. It handles a twin bed, hanging clothes' storage, small table with 2 chairs, and many shelves, inside a building whose interior dimensions are a mere 4.5' x 9'!

M.A. Regional Economic & Social Development; Concentration: Sustainable Development/green building

Group Organizer and internal-THNE project management, Katie is the "empath" on the team! She nearly is! Trained as a counselor, Katie has both brilliant business ideas, organizational administration skills, AND the ability to remain calm and calm others when we're busy and a 'bit nuts over here.


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Tim is a Boston native, educated in architecture and has worked in interior design, with a specialty in layout, for over 24 years. He has first hand knowledge of what small spaces can mean and has lived in them since 1985, both in Boston and the North Shore. He is excited about living small and the freedom less has to offer.

Designing personalized environments for living, working and being creative is a passion and sometimes even an obsession. He enjoys well crafted spaces for inspired individuals that take pride in their very own place of being.

M.A. Architectural Design

With a focus on sustainability, Janice has a present role as our part time green blogger and, we hope, a future role as our legal mind for our non-profit tiny house pursuits!

Currently working full time, and attending college for a Paralegal/Business Administration joint degree (this means after four years, she's earned both an Associate’s Degree in Paralegal Studies, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration). Upon completion, Janice hopes to attend law school to earn a Juris Doctor as well as a Master’s Degree in Environmental Law.

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Additional Important Team Members include volunteers Wendy P, Paul B, Chris H and others; all with a passion for tiny houses and their developing role towards more sustainable homes, and affordable housing. Thanks, THNE Team!

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