Originally from Montreal, I came to New York to pursue a career as a painter. Inspired by ordinary beauty, I began collecting objects; gathering plates, glass, linens and art, and composing them into a simple life. An old- house story later, my career as a prop stylist  began at Martha Stewart, where I became Sr. Style Editor. After leaving to go freelance I began working for clients such as Crate & Barrel, DwellStudio, New York Times, Pottery Barn, Real Simple, Surface Magazine, Williams-Sonoma, HomeGoods, Bed Bath and Beyond, Ikea, Garnet Hill, Country Living, Food Network, Bon Appetit, Starbucks, Fresh Direct, Epicurious and InStyle. Designing both elaborate and simple sets.

I created inHouse as an extension of this service to private clients interested in interior design and staging direction.  I work to provide design solutions for various individual projects. InHouse is a service available for a complete redesign or simply restyling, editing and organizing a space.  My approach is guided by simplicity, leaving the beauty of a space to stand alone through its painted architecture and the few things we need.


  • interior consulting
  • interior styling
  • editing
  • organizing
  • home staging
  • furniture/decor/paint selection and sourcing
  • event/holiday decor

For my professional prop styling services please contact my agent, Tricia Joyce:

To learn more about my ethos and work as a stylist please read my feature in curio: