I grew up in a family of artists and artisans: gilders, painters, ceramicists, weavers, silversmiths, fashion designers and clock makers. The notions of art and design were a large part of my childhood. Attending Parsons School of Design was the culmination of a childhood spent creating model houses, designing interiors, drawing floor plans, and taking photographs.
After graduating from Parsons, I worked for a number of architectural and design firms in New York. I designed a diverse range of projects including residential, healthcare, educational and commercial interiors. Some of the firms I worked for include SOM, HLW, Adam Tihany, and Allan Greenberg Architect. I was the lead designer and project manager for one of the first environmentally conscious office interiors in a turn-of-the century loft building for the Natural Resources Defense Council. The project won numerous awards in the emerging field of sustainable design.
Specializing in residential interiors, I have designed projects in New York City and the metropolitan area including Bedford, Garrison, Tuxedo Park, Southampton, Greenwich and West Hartford.
Full interior design conceptualization, including plans, furnishings, fabrics, window treatments, lighting, accessories and art. Sourcing, specifying and installation of all associated furnishings necessary for a complete fit-out of the home or space.
Engaging of architects, engineers, contractors, lighting and landscape designers as required. Complete project management interfacing with building trades.
Decorative updating and refreshment of a love-worn home or space.
Staging of homes in preparation for sale.