The spaces I create are inspired by minimalism concepts that encourage the 'less is more' approach. The use of simple forms and strategic color placement result in serene, productive habitats that are not shy of aesthetics, but resist fashion and trends. By combining natural materials with classic shapes, I aim to achieve functional, comfortable, timeless spaces that reflect the personality of my client.

After attending interior design school, my education continued under the mentorship of one of the most renowned designers in the country. Art, my travels and the work of legendary designers such as Jean-Michel Frank and Luis Barragán are my main sources of inspiration.

Over the years I have helped create compelling spaces all over Washington D.C. like a skincare shop in Georgetown, penthouses in City Center and Penn Quarter, and houses in Capitol Hill, Dupont Circle, Cleveland Park, Spring Valley, etc. I have also worked on a historic river house in Maryland across from Mount Vernon, a house in the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia, a vacation property in Florida and an apartment in Greenwich Village, NY.