Interior designer photographer partner for Eat Pray Love project
on Thursday,October 07,2010 22:10
Two former interior design students who graduated from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM) recently reconnected when they both worked on a project for Jennifer Salt, co-author of the book Eat Pray Love.
Kathleen McQuown-Greenberg from KMG Interiors, and Julien McRoberts, an international photographer, combined their talents to create the artwork, which is featured in Salt's California-based home. While the two women have known each other for years, this project marks the first time they have worked together.
After graduation, McQuown-Greenberg contributed to the restoration of Frank Lloyd Wright's Store House, and the building that houses the Creative Artist Agency in Beverly Hills. McRoberts has become a staple in the photography industry, as her work has been featured in New York magazine, Sunset and Santa Fe Living magazine.
McRoberts stated that "it was a rather funny way that Kathleen and I were able to work on this project." She added that "on a recent call, Kathleen asked me how my photography business was going in Santa Fe and suddenly we both had a light bulb moment."
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