My exposure to the design world started at a young age with a childhood spent in New York City. Both my mother and father have careers in design, and they instilled in me an appreciation of artistry and the value of handmade, bespoke objects. Our proximity to some of the world's best museums and exhibitions furthered my understanding of art and design. My formal education in interior design began in high school, and it was a passion I continued to follow as I approached college. I attended the University of Tennessee before transferring to Gettysburg College, where I was an all-American swimmer.
In 2014, I started staging interiors and attending trade shows in Manhattan. After some experience in the luxury fashion world, I pivoted, feeling my love of color, pattern, and textiles naturally transitioned to the interiors industry. I have been fortunate enough to work on celebrity homes in Manhattan, as well as high-profile projects in Connecticut before joining Taste. My work is inspired by nature, fashion, and New York street style. I enjoy incorporating original color schemes and developing designs that stand out from the crowd. I always strive to be original and to lean into the style that speaks to my clients.
When not working, I enjoy long walks with my dogs, cooking, skiing, and attending concerts. My down time is spent with my boyfriend - an architect with a local firm - and our three dogs, as well as friends and family. I have continued to be an avid swimmer following my college career, and I am grounded by swims in the ocean.