I am an interior designer whose aesthetic is influenced primarily by anachronism and nostalgia – one-of-a-kind pieces that tell a story of a specific time, place and people are pivotal centerpieces when designing spaces. My style is inspired by both the different places I’ve called home at different times of my life – from Miami to New York City – and the countries and landscapes I’ve experienced through travel, from Kyoto to the Capri. I pride myself on being adaptable, tailoring my tastes to intertwine with the vision of each project. I studied at the Miami International University of Art & Design. After earning my degree, I accepted a position with esteemed boutique firm Jessica Shuster Interior Design in New York City, followed by a pivotal role at Foley & Cox, where I worked on a wide array of projects.