Besides black and white shades, browns and greens.
Morning, Noon, or Night?
Uptown, Midtown, or Downtown?
Met, MOMA, or Movies?
Met and MOMA.
Football, Baseball, or Basketball?
Green Tea, Black Tea, or Herbal Tea?
Sugar, Splenda, or Stevia?
Red, White, or Rosé?
Spicy, Salty, or Sweet?
Sandwich, Soup, or Salad?
Black, white or color?
Black and white.
Is your closet messy or neat?
What’s your favorite room in your home?
What do you collect?
Nature, rocks, vintage clothing, anything with unusual craftsmanship.
Dream dinner guest?
Noguchi, Martha Graham, Agnes Martin, Steve Martin.
NY times magazine in the bath.
Favorite place to escape to when you need a moment of respite?
Talent you’d like to have?
Sing, dance, play an instrument.
Quality you want to be remembered by?
Quiet beauty, craftsmanship, kindness.
Best thing about New York?
What does Considered Luxury mean to you?
Quality, craftsmanship, but not precious or pretentious.
What was the inspiration behind starting your brand?
My inspiration for my work has been expressing my inner feelings through form, using a balance of history and modernity to create something new, a modern heirloom of sorts. My inspiration comes from a mix of Japanese aesthetics, Scandinavian design, art history, old school craftsmanship, renaissance works of art…Through my past experiences and other work that I am naturally drawn to…
Give three words that describe your brand?
Slow, quiet, beauty.