About

Landing in San Francisco more than twelve years ago by way of Sao Paulo, Brazil, Montreal, Canada and Jakarta, Indonesia, I am a Third Culture Kid*. All that infused with being half Portuguese and half Egyptian.

I love food, travel, cocktails, and logistics. I seek to curate experiences that ensure folks have the most memorable experiences possible without ever having to worry about the details. The range of outings I have curated includes: one-night outings, events, and dinners for small and large groups; full-day outings and experiences; multi-day experiences for groups; full-travel coordination and itinerary creation.

I have also been the Creative Director and/or Producer for projects including: a full length hard-cover cocktail book; outreach materials such as postcards, brochures, and poster; newsletters and large scale mailings; one night celebratory and promotional parties; performance events; multi-day, multi-event festivals; photo shoots; fundraising campaigns; art gallery shows.

Whatever you may need, feel free to give me a shout!

*Third Culture Kids are people who did most of their growing up outside of their parents’ culture. They build relationships and attachments to all the cultures, while not really fitting fully into any of them. Elements of each culture become a part of their identity, but their sense of belonging lies with others who share a similar experience.

**PHOTOS: All photos on this blog that are beautiful, and obviously not taken on a camera phone or point and shoot camera, are courtesy of the very talented Kelly Puleio.

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4 thoughts on “About

  1. Nice blog T. Was glad to stumble across it. Hope all is well is San Fran. Have a blast on your Holiday. Thanks again for all your hospitality.

    Peace and Progress,
    Blake

  2. second culture mom says to third culture child… you’re the bomb!
    when i grow up I want to be just like you!!!

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