In my role as a designer and art advisor, I took a chance and bet on my talents to mix and match furniture from different styles and periods, fabrics, colors, wallpaper and contemporary art. As an art advisor I know that people in New York are too busy to do it themselves; I know that there are wide misconceptions about collecting art and that is where I shed light as an art advisor. Moreover, I know, as an art advisor, that people want to learn about contemporary art and are afraid and intimated by galleries, auction houses and even art fairs.
Since I’m inspired by so many different things, places, travels, people and obviously art, I’m not your typical art advisor. I wanted to give my company a name that had a broader and deeper connotation than interior design or art or décor alone or just being known as an art advisor. My style is an amalgamation of different perspectives that somehow happen to work together and part of it is the role as the art advisor. I envisioned my clients living with the things they loved, with the colors that inspired them, with amazing art on the walls and entertaining guests in a fun and stimulating environment and as a bonus, they get me in my full-fledged art advisor mode.
Each person, each couple, each family is unique and different. I didn’t see any reason why people’s homes should look alike or why people could not have unique pieces of art displayed on their walls, and that is where my talent as an art advisor comes handy. The way I see it, contemporary art should be an integral part of people’s life and what better way to make that happen than to live with it? That is why I have such an enormous pleasure to do my job as a designer and art advisor. It’s actually a privilege to be a designer and art advisor. And because of that, I’m so grateful.