Since 2003, Anne has been cultivating and directing a talented and multi-faceted design team who collectively manage residential projects throughout North America, including Toronto, the Muskoka Lakes, New York City, Atlanta, Vail, Greenwich, Palm Beach, Miami, Vero Beach, San Francisco, and Washington D.C.
Known for her keen artistry and impeccable eye, Anne, a New York native, draws inspiration from her diverse experiences and passion for the natural environment, fusing elements from a range of periods and cultures, while maintaining a distinct and timeless style.
What sets Anne apart is her ability to see project potential from conception down to the last brass tack. Her knowledge of furniture design, fabrication, and finishing is a great benefit to her clients, as she is able to offer them exceptional customization and creativity. A passionate traveler who embraces global craftsmanship, Anne sources from around the globe, and incorporates unique finds into every space.
Anne holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Vanderbilt University and a graduate degree in Interior Architecture and Design from Parsons School of Design. Named as one of the Top 25 Designers by Canadian House & Home magazine, Anne’s work has been featured in numerous publications. In 2014 and 2015, Anne was honored by the prestigious International Property Awards for “Best Interior Design Private Residence,” and in 2021, Anne was chosen as “House & Home Designer of The Year 2021.” She served for two years as At-Large Director on the board of the American Society of Interior Designers New York / Canada East Organization.
Anne is a member of the Design Leadership Network (DLN) and the author of the best-selling design book, MOOD, which was published by Gibbs Smith in 2022.