Mark Golderman is a graduate of Pratt Institute with a degree in Industrial Design (1970). After graduation, Mark worked as a space planner and interior decorator for a large architectural firm and managed and merchandised a high fashion boutique in San Francisco.
From there, Mark relocated to New York City where he was a working artist-photographer creating works collected by corporations such as Chase Manhattan and Booz, Allen, Hamilton, as well as enjoying a successful freelance photography career, with clients such as The New York Times, and Conde Nast.
During the next few decades Mark held various positions, from freelance retail and wholesale merchandiser to Vice President and then President of D.F. Sanders & Co., the pre-eminent home furnishings and “design store” chain of the 1980’s. In 2000, Mark formed Mark Golderman Interior Design to offer residential services and had homes featured in The New York Times and New York magazine.
Having grown up in upstate, NY, Mark relocated to Woodstock in 2014 and continues to work in the field of residential and commercial design.
Contact Mark: email@example.com