Founder and Principal
After years of working with artists on business development, and meeting with numerous collectors and influencers in the art world, I realized that every art practice needs similar basics to be successful. With this in mind, I created the Inventory Assessment process to gain a deep understanding of artists and their work to determine what they do and do not have in place in order to reach their goals.
Results may include:
Obtaining new clients
Acquiring new commissions
Entry into exhibitions
Introduction to new grant opportunities
Sharper marketing materials
Social media tips
Enhancing organizational skills
Expansion of network
My expertise in strategic planning, project management, research, writing and networking comes from years of working and building relationships in the private, nonprofit, and government sectors on social justice issues. This work includes teaching at inner-city schools in Oakland, California to addressing national race issues at the White House. I have organized diversity training sessions for Fortune 500 executives, and led information forums for the U.S. Department of State’s Foreign Service Institute. Experiencing 9/11 from my office on Capitol Hill resulted in directing the distribution of $2 million for programs fighting anti-Muslim discrimination due to the attacks.
These professional opportunities—coupled with my personal beliefs that the arts are central to igniting conversation and enhancing human understanding—have moved me to help artists with the business elements of their practice.
Please complete the contact form for a complimentary session to learn more about how Client Raiser can bring business to your art.