I grew up in a townhouse in Manhattan that doubled as an Old Master art gallery. My background in fine art and antiques laid the foundation for a keen interest in design and aesthetics. I graduated from Middlebury College in 2008 and after several years in business, attend the New York School of Interior Design and joined the team at Christina Murphy Interiors. I spent the next 5 years honing my design skills as a designer with CMI, before opening my own design firm in Connecticut in 2020.
I have four young children and two dogs, and while my style is an eclectic mix of old and new perhaps best distilled as "young traditional", my specialty is creating family homes that can be truly lived in and enjoyed by sticky toddlers and sophisticated parents alike. Projects have ranged from bachelor pads on the Upper West Side to family get-aways in the Bahamas, but my bread and butter is creating living spaces for families with a love of beautiful things, grounded in the reality of daily life.