- Clarkson University
- Home Construction, Home Services, Interior Decorating
Brionna Farney is a freelance writer who's well-versed in topics such as home improvement and civil engineering due to her work in the construction industry.
- 5 years of civil engineering and construction experience
- 3 years of digital interior decorating experience
- 2+ years as a freelance writer
- Has written for Forbes Advisor, Angi, PropertyNest, and more
Brionna has always had a passion for home construction. She went from filling notebooks with floor plan ideas to receiving a degree in civil engineering and construction management.
She started her career as a civil engineer in Washington, D.C., working on commercial buildings and industrial projects. She managed day-to-day construction tasks and loved the tradespeople she got to collaborate with. When she wasn't on a construction project, she worked as a decorator for the digital interior design company Modsy. After five years, she moved closer to her hometown in Upstate New York and transitioned from working in the industry to writing about it.
Today, Brionna is a freelance writer, contributing to publications such as MyDomaine, The Spruce, Forbes Advisor, Angi, PropertyNest, and more. She thoroughly enjoys talking to experts and writing about home improvement and construction topics.
Brionna received a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering and Construction Management from Clarkson University.
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