BravoTV’s interior design reality show Top Design Season 2 premiers on September 3rd. I’ll be doing the bulk of my blogging on the show over at Blogging Top Design but wanted to showcase the designers portfolios here, as I’ve done for other reality show contestants. This season’s designers look to be a pretty talented bunch.
Let’s get to know Eddie Ross, who is 30, was originally from Connecticut and now lives in New York City.
Eddie has established himself in the television, catering and publishing industries. A native of Greenwich, Conn. and graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, Eddie began his career working in television as a food editor on Martha Stewart Living and later as Associate Design Director for all in-house production at the Food Network. After a two-year stint running his own catering company, where he continued to refine his skills in decorating and entertaining, Eddie made the move to publishing. As Associate Decorating Editor at House Beautiful, he produced the popular “Weekend Shopper,” a monthly article in which he’d travel to flea markets around the country, finding new ways to use old things. Having returned to Martha Stewart as the Senior Style Editor of Living, Eddie continues to demonstrate a vast and impressive range of talents. From decorating and entertaining to food styling and flowers, he strives to produce consistently elegant stories that relate to a variety of people’s tastes and budgets. To him, interior design is just one, albeit crucial, part of a lifestyle that ought to be comfortable, timeless and, above all, beautiful.
From Eddie’s portfolio:
I think we can definitely see the Martha and House Beautiful inspirations in Eddie’s work.
More ways to learn about Eddie:
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