Jamie L Brewster McLeod, AIA

Jamie L. Brewster McLeod, AIA


Jamie, president of Brewster McLeod Architects Inc., specializes in creating luxury residences in Aspen, Telluride, San Francisco and Montana.

Awarded a Masters in Architecture from Montana State University-Bozeman in 1999, Jamie has
attained a LEED Certification in the design of energy savings and renewable resources; incorporating the most effective green techniques, materials and strategies within the design phase.

Jamie enjoys engaging in civic activities and being a part of the community, volunteering for such
causes as:

  • 2022-Present, Aspen Elks Lodge #224
  • 2019-Present, City of Aspen Building Code Board of Appeals
  • 2016-Present, Member of the Aspen Institute Society of Fellows
  • 2010-2017, Co-Chair of the Pitkin County Board of Adjustments
  • 2010-2014, Board Member and Chair (2014) of the Aspen Historic Preservation Commission
  • 2010-2014, Board Member and Chair (2013-2014) of the American Institute of Architects – Colorado West Board
  • 2006-2009, Board Member and Chair (2009) of the Aspen Young Professionals Association

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Non-profits that I believe in:




Teraissa brings over ten years of luxury building experience and a passion for the mountain lifestyle to the team of Brewster McLeod Architects. Teraissa’s unique skills were developed while working with the City of Aspen Building Department as a Plans Examiner and for an Aspen based luxury residential developer overseeing every aspect of financials and construction from property purchase through final furniture install. Her intense attention to detail was a result of the research etiquette she cultivated while studying for her Bachelor’s degree in Cultural Anthropology at Fort Lewis College in Durango, CO.

Teraissa approaches her work from a holistic perspective, seeing the big picture while maintaining an eye for important details. From Land Planning and Zoning through Construction Administration, Teraissa is involved in all aspects of the project.

When not at her desk, you can find Teraissa scaling rocks, riding bikes, cross country skiing, or knitting a sweater.

Civic Engagement & Volunteer:

  • 2018-Present, Vice Chair City of Aspen Planning and Zoning Commission
  • 2013-Present, City of Aspen Grant Review Committee
  • 2015-2016, Buddy Program Leadership Development Board
  • 2009-Present, Aspen Elks Lodge #224


Alex Scofield



Alexandra (Alex) strives to design solutions that are functional, comfortable, and unique. She is
passionate about green and sustainable architecture and practices sustainability in all aspects
of her life.

Alex received her Associates Degrees in Architectural Engineering and Construction
Technology and Interior Design from Front Range Community College in Fort Collins, CO. While
completing her studies, Alex was able to work with practicing design professionals to gain
hands-on experience in the field. She also gained experience in Graphic Design and Marketing.

In her spare time, Alex enjoys painting, drawing, sculpting, downhill skiing, and traveling the

Civic Engagement & Volunteer:

  • 2015-2019, Artist for the Alternative to Violence annual Pastels on 5th chalk art festival


  • 2017, Loveland Rotary Club & Thompson Valley Rotary Club Art Scholarship
  • 2018, Community Foundation of Northern Colorado Charmayne Gooch Arts Scholarship