Gina’s appreciation for the fine arts, design and architecture began at an early age. After years of visual arts and art history courses, it was in college that she truly began to foster her love of design. She had the opportunity to travel throughout Europe, South America and the Middle East, and spent a year in France abroad practicing her fluency in French and absorbing the culture.
It was in her early studies of Western and Near Eastern Art History courses that her passion for interior design evolved, inspiring her to pursue a Bachelor’s in French and Art History. Prior to attending design school, Gina worked for Sotheby’s Auction House applying her knowledge, visual talent and strengths to client assignments. She went on to earn a second Bachelors degree in Interior Design.
Under the direction of several interior designers, Gina cultivated her skills in business, design and working with a wide range of clients—both domestic and international-based clientele. She went on to work for a world-renowned design company, working on client projects ranging from basic color consultation to full scope interior design renovations.
The foundation of each project begins with listening to the client first. Gina uses this foundation as a stepping stone for the design relationship and transforming the details and scope of each project into a reality for her clients. Through this process, the specifics of the project are revealed, resulting in successful concept completion