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Linda is most respected for her thoughtfully detailed custom interiors and modern sense of nostalgia that create a personal design philosophy for her clients. 

The projects she creates have an innovative approach. Her keen sense of understanding layering furnishings and finishes plays a key role in personalized storytelling. In each design story, the narration takes you on a journey of dramatic and quiet spaces filled with unexpected design elements. She loves including personalized lighting that speaks to each of her clients further enhancing the experience of being immersed in a bespoke story land crafted just for them. Linda created and patented Live. Anywhere; the first luxury Outdoor Wireless table and floor lamp line to compliment fine furniture. Now, she combines her knowledge of design and lighting to create complete hospitality-like environments for her residential clients.

Linda’s background includes growing up as a competitive figure skater and earning her bachelor’s degree in architectural environmental design with a focus on lighting. She first apprenticed with award-winning architectural lighting design firms before diving into the world of commercial and residential interiors. Her design work with Disney Imagineering creating custom light fixtures for Disney’s theme parks set her on a path of discovering the relationship between storytelling and lighting. She found that utilizing light, textures, and materials that tell a story stimulated the senses and emotions in environments.

Linda’s clients include a host of custom interiors for high-profile and “behind the scenes” entertainment clients including Magic Johnson. Linda’s work has been featured on National Network design shows and has been named to the Library of Congress as an African American “Artmaker” as part of the History Makers. 

Her design work and lighting have also been highlighted in national publications, including Luxe Interiors + Design, Better Homes & Gardens, Interiors, Essence, LA Times, Robb Report, Elle Decor, Traditional Home, and Architectural Digest AD.