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Hilary Hayes

Hilary Hayes

Los Angeles, CA, US

 

About 

HILARY HAYES is an Interior designer with nine years of experience in high-end design and multi-project management. Hilary has extensive experience managing projects, from concept development to installation for publication, some of which have been published in O-at Home, Interior Design Magazine, The New York Times, and House Beautiful. Hilary is also skilled in high profile client communications and in coordinating with architects, contractors, vendors and consultants. Available to discuss freelance or full time positions. To download a current portfolio and resume, please visit www.hilaryhayesdesign.com

Elsewhere:

Employment 

Michael Smith inc., Santa Monica, CA, US, Senior Designer - Freelance

Working closely with Michael Smith on a project in Rancho Mirage, CA and scheduled to install Phase 1 December 2011. Position includes project management, material sourcing, landscape design management, produce design intent documents for exterior and interior remodeling, landscaping, FF&E.

Sep 2011 - current
 

Thom Filicia Inc., New York, NY, US, Senior Designer - Project Manager

Responsible for all of the firm's residential projects. Worked directly with Thom Filicia. Managed a staff of 4-7 designers to produce design concepts, budgets, timelines and architectural recommendations; to select plumbing fixtures, finishes, lighting and furniture; and to prepare and lead client presentations. Principal client, architect and vendor contact. Approved all purchasing, design and construction documents. Organized and managed installations and photography.

Jul 2007 - Dec 2010
 

Education 

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), BArch, Interior Design

UCLA School of Interior Design, 2005. Teacher’s assistant 2002-2004. Runner-up for the James Northcut scholarship. UCLA design team for 2004 AIA Interior Design competition. Allied Practitioner ASID member.

Jan 2002 - Jun 2005
 

Awards 

James Northcut scholarship., 2nd Place

2002
 


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