With more than 20 years in the interior design industry, Todd started out as a graphic designer before pursuing interior design. While attending design school at the University of Maryland, he worked for a commercial architectural firm and later owned a decorative-painting company where he mastered the art of using color.
Todd then became an owner of AmericanEye in the Washington Design Center. He considers his years at AmericanEye as his Master’s program where he worked with top designers and broadened his knowledge of furniture styles.
Todd has expertise in all aspects of interior design with a talent in the sensitive use of color and texture, using “chameleon” colors that reflect and absorb light to create energy. He also has an extensive historical knowledge of architecture and furniture styles for application over a broad range of design projects.
Todd was listed as one of the Washington Post’s Designer’s Under Forty to Watch, has appeared on HGTV, and his work has been featured in the Washington Post / Washington Post Magazine, Elle Décor, Architectural Digest and Home & Design.