Beth Crawford is a Senior Associate with Crawford & Stearns, Architects and Preservation Planners of Syracuse and has been a Designer and Project Manager with the firm since 1983. She has participated in the preservation, rehabilitation, and adaptive use of hundreds of buildings across New York State. Ms. Crawford’s responsibilities include project coordination, building documentation, and interior use planning and design. She has participated as a team member on numerous historic building condition assessments and restorations including the Gustav Stickley House and the Harriet May Mills House in Syracuse. Ms. Crawford is an active volunteer with area preservation groups and has served previously as Vice-President of the Preservation Association of Central New York and is currently vice president of the Arts & Crafts Society of Central New York. She first came to love the Arts & Crafts Movement through her love of the designs of William Morris and particularly the work of the Pre-Raphaelite artists including William Holman Hunt and Dante Gabriel Rosetti. She lives with her husband, Randy, in their 1913 home in Eastwood that was first advertised as a semi-bungalow with an American chestnut front door.