Edward Mojica, AIA|NOMA
California Registered Architect (Cal Poly SLO ’97)

Ed believes that everyone can and should experience a truly great space once in their lifetime. Mindful of budget, he works to bring creativity to the design of your project leading the way to a new discovery of site, environment and ultimately the feeling of delight of a well thought out space.

Being full of creativity is one thing, but with over 15 year’s experience on projects big and small, you can trust that he has the technical ability as well as creativity to help in delivering your successful project.

He is a member of the American Institute of Architects and the National Organization for Minority Architects. He currently serves as adjunct faculty in the architecture program at Sierra College, Rocklin California and has previously taught at Cosumnes River College in Sacramento, California. Download Ed’s CV for more information.
Sarah Rubey, Associate AIA

Sarah joined the mas|mojica architecture studio team in 2006, bringing an interiors background to the firm. With 8 years of commercial and residential design experience, she brings a creative eye and unique design perspective to each project. Although a modernist at heart, Sarah still loves her Grandmother’s dresser.
"Design is about evoking an emotional response. Our job is to ensure that the response is both positive and powerful."

"It is said that you should dress for the job you want, not the job you have. These people have obviously never tried to type wearing a space suit."

Restricted by the constraints of gravity, Sarah likes to spend her time on Earth enjoying the outdoors, practicing yoga and combing junk yards for potential art projects. She is also a big fan of the culinary arts.

Bachelor of Arts: University of Colorado, Boulder | June 1996 | Psychology
Bachelor of Arts: California State University, Sacramento |
May 2005 | Interior Design


Tracey is the “Everything but Design” person at mas | mojica architecture studio –AKA the Band Manager. Since joining the team in 2005, she has been handling everything from the finance, operations and marketing to making sure the office never runs out of paper and coffee.

Tracey believes in giving back to the communities in which we live and work. Her involvement in many local and regional non-profit organizations helps keep mas | mojica architecture studio connected to the needs of community.

Tracey earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from California State University, Sacramento in 1995.