Interior Design is the first place design professionals—from architects to interior designers to manufacturers—go for inspiration and ideas. The brand highlights the industry’s most groundbreaking projects, innovative new products and brilliant people through its striking magazine, robust digital presence (including an up-to-the-minute website, videos and a mobile app) and in-person experiences.
The design industry’s ultimate resource.
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Events & Conferences
Interior Design hosts some of the most coveted events in the design community—from prestigious award ceremonies to intimate panel discussions. Among the most notable:
- Hall of Fame (pictured): A black-tie gala honoring design professionals who have contributed to growth and prominence in the field.
- Giants of Design: A three-day conference for industry leaders.
- Best of Year: A design competition recognizing projects and products in 70+ categories.
The magazine has a strong presence across digital platforms, including its website, interiordesign.net, online newsletters “Designwire” and “New Products,” an engaging and interactive app/digital edition for designers on-the-go and an online product search tool, productFIND.
Interior Design also has a robust following across social media channels, with millions of followers and fans on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram combined.
The magazine’s book series brings today’s most forward-thinking projects to the desks of designers, design clients and aficionados. Volumes include: The Best of Hospitality, Architecture & Design, The Best in Office Architecture and Design, The Best in Residential Architecture and Design and The Best of Education & Culture.
I’ve been the Editor in Chief since 2001. As a design junkie, I bring unbridled passion to the pages of Interior Design. My goal is to feature the best work, and to create a home for designers and support the industry. In addition to overseeing editorial, I’m very involved in the community, participating in a variety of panels, juries, roundtables, speaking engagements and industry events around the world. I also serve as the Chairman of DIFFA (Design Industries Foundation Fighting Against AIDS) and am actively involved in The Design Trust for Public Space.
In 1996, I was brought in as Marketing Director of Interior Design, which I did for five years before transitioning to Editor in Chief.
After more than 15 years at the brand, most recently as Associate Publisher, I was named Publisher in early 2015. In my new role, I oversee the day-to-day advertising and business operations, including print, digital and events.
I worked at an ad agency as VP Account Supervisor, working with brands such as AT&T, Whirlpool and Kraft Foods.