A former partner of the legendary design firm, Parish-Hadley, award-winning designer Brian J. McCarthy graduated from New York City’s Pratt Institute. He opened the doors of his own eponymous design firm, Brian J. McCarthy, Inc., in 1992, and provides interior design as well as architectural consultation to clients around the world. In 2005, McCarthy designed the private quarters and refurbished the State Rooms in Winfield House, the official residence of the Ambassador to the Court of St. James. Additionally, McCarthy has designed an array of stunning private residences, many for clients so high profile they wish to remain anonymous. Previous and current projects include residences in New York City and the greater New York region; Connecticut; Massachusetts; Palm Beach, Florida; Atlanta, Georgia; Pebble Beach and Bel Air, California; Prouts Neck, Maine; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Charlottesville, Virginia; Toronto, Canada; Bermuda; Monaco; St.Tropez, France; and Gstaad, Switzerland. McCarthy is a member of Architectural Digest’s AD100 and Elle Decor’s A-List of top interior designers around the world. His work has been featured in many publications, including Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, Elle Decor, New York Magazine (100 Best), The New York Times, and Veranda, as well as in several books, including his own book, Luminous Interiors which he wrote in 2013, and Parish Hadley Tree of Life which he co-authored with Bunny Williams in 2015. He lives in New York City with his partner, Danny Sager, and their beloved dog, Daisy. Visit him at bjminc.com or on Instagram @brianjmccarthyinc to learn more about his work.