U.S. Agent Facetime! Dec 12 2018

One of the best parts about being an Agent is getting to travel around the states to meet with our clients. When I am not traveling the country, I hope to use this blog as well as the others I write for Advocate to keep my clients informed.

Having graduated from Kenyon College with a degree in both Art History and Studio Art, I have not only acquired a deep passion for art, but I have come to learn about its place in the current world. As an artist myself, I have coined a keen eye for successful design. In fact, one of my favorite things is to watch live art auctions as that is where I am able to foresee current and upcoming market trends.

I was raised in a family of art lovers. In fact, I feel as though I am a natural Agent as it runs in my blood. Both my mother and father worked as art advisors, appraisers, and sellers. Due to their involvement in the arts I feel as though I was raised to work in this field alongside creatives.

Working at Advocate Art has been such an exciting experience. It is the perfect blend of both my love for art and my interest in art sales and markets. I am so lucky to get the chance to look at beautiful artwork for a living. There is something so exciting about finding the perfect artist for a new book or licensing project.

My mission for the future is to keep Advocate ahead of the market trends. As a young artist myself, I find that it is always so important to be aware of the current market as well as being able to predict the future trends. In a means to do so, we make sure to do constant research. Living and working in New York City, one of the best ways to research the trends is to walk along the city streets - inspiration can be found everywhere here!

I am excited to be a part of such a creative group of agents and artist, and I look forward to the continuous success and expansion of Advocate's brilliant designs. As my clients know, I am very eager to help in any way that I can, so please feel free to reach out with any questions or projects you may have!