- The Stratford Design Group/Glenwood Management Corp.Architectural and Interior Design, present
- John F. Saladino
- Thierry Despont
- Melvin Dwork
- Valerian Rybar & Diagre
- Glenwood Management Corp.
Interior and Architectural Designer in NYC.
- Parson's School of Design
- Western Michigan University
- Lansing Eastern High School
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