8 South Street · Washington, CT 06793
1991-Present: Interior Decorator, Off-Color DécorFrom one-hour color consultations to ground-up new construction or renovations, I supply the vision, planning and sourcing that produces the elements of my clients' happiest homes. Architects and contractors love working with me, as I understand and respect the demands on them. My ability to bring swift decision-making and clear communication to projects results in on-time completion and an environment the client loves.
Clients include Lauren & Charlie Pollak, Kim & Nico Landrigan, Robin & Fred Warren, Cristina Pérez & Felipe Ribadeneira, Conan & Liza O'Brien, Nina Huffman & Fraser Hunter, Eric Reiff & Jami Rubin, Ross & Janet Levy, Peggy Neimeth, Josephine Dobkin, Georgia & Bill Pollak, Karen & Weston Thorn, Pat Lee, Bridget Potter, David Owen & Ann Hodgman, Jane Purcell & David Weiss and the Gunn Memorial Library.
1995-Present: Web Site Developer
Writer, editor and designer of web sites. Created site architecture and navigation; shape or create editorial content; supervise graphic design.
Clients have included Gunn Memorial Library & Museum, Steep Rock Association, Lake Waramaug Task Force, Roxbury Land Trust, Picton Brothers Builders, Lake Waramaug Association, Kay Ritter and Missy Stevens, a fiber and ceramics artist.
Sarah Lawrence College - From 2000-2003, I worked on reorganizing the site's basic navigation, developing new content and sections, and editing existing content.
CIGNA From 1996-1998 was creative director for large corporate web site (which then included 12 separate lines of business and 3 corporate departments). Developed original consumer-directed content; interactive calculators; comprehensive recruitment site; cross-selling initiatives; image and brand building.
1985-2006: Writer & Marketing Consultant
Image and brand building; marketing; corporate communications; public relations; advertising and video. Clients included Polo/Ralph Lauren; Guggenheim Museum; Liz Claiborne; Lightolier Controls; Allure Magazine Marketing; Brogan & Tennyson; Jos. A. Bank Clothiers; Gant; Bed, Bath & Beyond.
1981-1984: Editor-in-Chief: Vogue Patterns & Vogue Knitting
Led staff of 20 in producing eight magazines and ten major counter catalogs per year, in addition to numerous special projects and promotional campaigns. Profitable launch of Vogue Knitting involved market positioning, conception and design of new consumer publication, sourcing and editing new product line, developing technical capabilities of staff.
1979-1980: Senior Editor: McCall's Patterns
Launched quarterly consumer magazine. Developed schedules and budgets, coordinated editorial, graphic and advertising content, and supervised production.
1977-1979: Fashion Editor; Assistant Fashion Editor; Assistant to the Editor: Vogue Patterns, a division of Butterick Fashion Marketing, Inc.
Editor, stylist and coordinator for all photography, including merchandise selection, fabric selection, model fittings and accessorizing; model and talent bookings; travel and customs arrangements, film editing, color separation corrections, article writing, copy editing and mechanical proofing.
Education1976 Rhode Island School of Design BFA in Painting; also studied Graphic Design and Color Theory.
1972 Pingree School in South Hamilton, Mass.
1968 Brookwood School in Manchester, Mass.
1965 Bessie Buker School in Wenham, Mass.
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