My goal is to create interiors with style and soul, homes that inspire my clients while still reflecting who they are and accommodating their lifestyle - a place where function meets beauty.

Photography has been a part of my life ever since I got my hands on a Canon AE-1 back in high school. I cut my teeth shooting film and printing in the dark room. I hope my photographs, like the homes I try to create, evoke emotion and provide context that engages their audience.

"Nature" is a thread that has woven itself through my work. Prior to launching this business, I created fiftyRX3, a year long web-based project examining the crossroads of style and sustainability. Following that, I worked as a design editor and writer, often focusing on green design. That said, I am far from eco-perfection and would rather inspire with good art and design than preach to anyone. The only thing I might push on you is a vintage brass table.

The path to this point has not been a straight one, but it has been rich with experience that I believe provides depth to my work. In addition to art and design, I have practiced as a therapist - many interior designers will tell you that, at times, there is not much difference - and I am always open to pushing my creativity in new directions. I have studied at Parsons School of Design and the Fashion Institute of Technology and hold degrees from the University of Kansas and Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons.

I currently live in New York City.