I have lived in the trendy SoHo neighborhood of New York City since the late '70s. My extensive Fine Arts and Design training informs each project.
The process begins with an on-site consultation. When possible, I draw inspiration from a favorite work of art.
Then, I put together color samples, fabric swatches, and furniture choices. Together, the clients and I move towards completing their vision of functional interiors, which gracefully blend their personalities into rooms that are attractive and comfortable.
Regardless of the size of the project, my goal is two-fold:
• To design rooms which use an array of unique and readily-available
furnishings, unified by subtle colors and textures
• To complete the project on-time and within the specified budget
I received a Bachelors of Science in Education from Tufts University, a Museum School Diploma from The Boston Museum School of Fine Arts and a Master's Degree in Art Education from New York University.
I have also worked as a glass artist for 30 years. I have taught fusing classes at Universities, Craft Centers and the distinguished summer programs of Pilchuck and Haystack. My award-winning work has been featured in museum collections as well as books and magazines.