Errison's design history comes largely from real-world experience while working in New York City's design hub for over five years. Errison has worked as the head of a 3D department in one of the country's largest design and fabrication firms, and has designed everything from the U.S. Polo Association flagship store in Times Square to small home studios. He has a head for utilizing space, creating emotive designs, and embracing themes. Errison has a BA in 3D Design from Savannah College of Art and Design, and holds a strong belief that designs have the ability to transform spaces. He strives for client fulfillment and promises an open line of communication from conceptualization to visualization.
From where do you draw most of your inspiration?
When it comes to inspiration, I look to New York City! Having lived and worked in the design and innovation capital for over five years, I've been challenged to design storage-conscious, artistic spaces for many commercial clients. I'm well-versed in ongoing design trends, industry standards, form and function, and what looks great in any provided space!
Describe your ideal project:
My ideal project involves a space that's willing to be transformed! Artistic liberties are always great fun, and themes are my favorite! Any space that's willing to be fully altered to create a themed look would be the most ideal type of project for me.
Tell us your biggest design secret:
My biggest design secret is my ability to fully immerse myself in the theme or purpose behind each design, creating each space for its highest purpose and incorporating each client's priorities within the space. I simply "go with it" and let my mix of creativity and utilitarian ideals of interior design take hold!