Sometimes I feel I am a collector who does interior design, and other times I feel like an interior designer with an eye for collecting. Either way you look at it, collecting has become an integral part of my practice that helps define who I am as an interior designer. For me, collecting is about looking at a home as something that builds over time. It changes, evolves and is not a static thing. The result you get from designing in that way is a look and feeling that is personal, never generic, and the process is akin to creating a painting. It starts with a clear picture and plan, but the process itself is organic allowing for redirection and editing based on the treasures we find.