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When it came out in 2003, filmmaker Nancy Meyers’ Something’s Gotta Give sparked a wave of requests from American renovators wanting a dream kitchen just like the one in the Hampton’s house Diane Keaton’s character owned in the movie. At the opening of West Week in March 2013, Meyers joked that there were definitely kitchens more […]
I couldn’t catch a cab to save my life. The window between working with my Brooklyn interior designer client, and the last-minute meeting that the luxury faucet/fittings company had requested, didn’t allow for cabs whizzing by. Two intensives, one meeting and two dinners in two days didn’t start out planned that way, but I trust […]
Back in December, I travelled to Union Square in NYC to shoot bespoke video for Interior Designer Suzanne Eberhardt. Video instantly captures your authenticity and shows people how you want your company to be seen. It also creates immediate credibility — upleveling your presentation — and, on a more personal note, it comes with the added […]
Back in November my friend, celebrity make-up artist Kenetia Lee, wrote a facebook post saying survival was boring and that she had made a decision: 2012 is her year to thrive. She asked who else was in. It only took a nanosecond before I said, YES! and shared it. Revive. Grow. Luxuriate. Prosper. Flourish. That’s […]
I'm an Author, Award-winning Producer and Visibility Strategist with an Uncommon Take on Doing Business.
I founded MeByDesign, an idea boutique for the home industry in 2011 and have worked with creative entrepreneurs in the United States, Europe and Canada.
My incredible clients have been featured in publications like Architectural Digest, New York Times, Elle Decor, House & Garden (UK), and on network and cable television. Several have also negotiated television development and product licensing deals.
You may have read my first book, Branding + Interior Design which has taught thousands of designers how to bridge the gap between designer and design leader.
What would life be like if you were wholly visible?
The difference between unknowns, design leaders and legends is a factor of visibility. But being visible is about more than being seen, one of its underused definitions is available.