Regularly invited to exhibit in antiques shows across the nation, including Boston’s Ellis Memorial Antiques Show and the Los Angeles Antiques Shows
Archives: Career Highlights
This ia a career highlight from HPI
The oldest, most prestigious antiques venue in the country– the New York Winter Antiques Show – by invitation only, requested our participation. Honored to be the youngest exhibitor and the only antiques business since from the Boston area. Participated subsequently in antiques shows and events showcasing connoisseurship & luxury at top of the marketplace while… Read more »
Production work for Errol Morris’ film, a biographical study of Stephen Hawking, which shares its name with Hawking’s book.
Received international recognition as agent in the sale of furnishings from these distinguished patrons of ancient art. The diverse sale included early 20th century masterpieces on paper, Italian Baroque furniture, a Coptic textile, Nakashima, and folk furniture.
Cornelia, an established mid-century interior designer, was a friend and mentor who helped distinguish New England preferences from Manhattan tastes. Acting as agent in sale of her belongings enhanced my appreciation of 18th century American history.
Purchased the entire contents of the oldest home in Bronxville, New York, a collection assembled by five generations over 150 years. This vast collection of original furnishings marked the beginning of a lifelong fascination investigating how houses are used and a love for the Greek Revival period.
Established a partnership in Cambridge buying & selling antique fine and decorative arts. Recognized a wonder for handling cultural objects, and for distinguishing fashionable trends throughout history.
Living in Manhattan provided a bridge from theory to implementation. Pursued a more practical education at the New York School of Interior Design. Explored treasures from around the world in museums and shopped the best in home furnishings.
Graduated in Florida as valedictorian from Oak Ridge High School, and began pre-med studies. Quickly realized that forensic pathology was not my destiny, and graduated with a B.A. in Visual and Environmental Studies.