In 1993, Cindy Trimble was introduced to Grant Moseley, AIA, Principal of MSTSD Architects in Atlanta. Grant’s firm had just been awarded the design of the 17 acre Olympic Village. They were looking for someone with an architectural background, who understood event planning and creative design. Trimble Kelly Studios (Formerly StudioTrimble) was three years old, and has a subsidiary called Affairs International, an event planning company who had been planning elegant, Hollywood style parties for Atlanta’s finest. The design studio was actively involved in design projects for Coca-Cola, Georgia Power and Bell South. Grant approached Cindy about becoming a joint venture partner with MSTSD in the design of the Olympic Village. This was the first of 21 projects that the joint venture team designed together for these Olympic Games. Other projects included: The Look of the Games structures that surrounded all 23 venues, design of the Main Press Center, the Olympic Health Club and many others.