He is associated with the restoration and decoration of countless hotels and resorts in Europe, Asia, the Caribbean, and the United States. Among them: Dromoland and Ashford Castles and Adare Manor (Ireland), The Westbury Hotel (London and Brussels), The Colony Hotel, The Breakers, and The Brazilian Court (Palm Beach, Florida), The Waldorf Towers (New York City), The Copley Plaza (Boston, Massachusetts), The Grand Hotel (Mackinac Island, Michigan), The Greenbrier Hotel & Casino (White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia) and the Greenbrier West Village Resort (Japan). The Mount Washington Hotel (New Hampshire), The Stoneleigh Hotel (Dallas, Texas), Peter Island Resort Hotel (British Virgin Islands), Villa Madeleine (St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands), and for the Rock Resort Collection of Hotels including St. John’s Island (Virgin Gorda), Jackson Hole (Wyoming), and on Maui (Hawaii).

He decorated the Governor’s Mansions in West Virginia and Heartford, Connecticut, and was involved in the decoration of the U.S Ambassador’s Residence in Tokyo, Japan and in Dublin, Ireland. He restored and redecorated the Official Vice President’s Residence in Washington D.C. during the George H.W. Bush administration, and was the color consultant for the Carter Presidential Library and the consultant for several functions, parties, and State Dinners for visiting dignitaries at the White House during the Carter administration. He also redesigned and decorated the Carter residences in Plains and Ellijay, Georgia.