I founded this interior design business in 2018 with a desire to spend my time doing what I really enjoy. Dow Hartzog Design is an interior design firm based in North County San Diego specializing in end-to-end design services for residential and commercial projects.


I co-founded this design and art gallery in 2010, and we opened our doors in 2011. The gallery shows collectible 20th century design from multiple regions of the world, including Scandinavia, Italy, France, Brazil and the US.

We deal mainly with internationally recognized designers and manufacturers of seating, lighting, tables and accessories and also include contemporary art with each installation.

Almond Hartzog Gallery aims to promote a contemporary, elegant and yet comfortable living mode for the home by offering unique, collectable furnishings and accessories.

I began at BondExchange in 1998 as the 3rd employee. We created with a group of 4 banks which would later be re-named BondDesk Group LLC. Through my eleven years of work I was involved in many different aspects of the company including a licensed trader, a Senior Designer and was involved in all marketing efforts.

I founded this project gallery in Santa Barbara, CA in a home in downtown Santa Barbara.

Spanish Box was a small jewel box house walking distance to the SB contemporary Arts Forum, local galleries and shopping. In the year and a half it was open, Spanish Box hosted twelve solo and group exhibitions, an artist multiple box project, artists’ catered dinner parties and three traveling bus happenings.

closed in 1997

I co-founded this alternative art gallery in 1992 in Los Angeles with fellow artists Robert Gunderman and Leonard Bravo out of a need for a gallery that valued emerging artists work.

FOOHOUSE exemplified the contagious do-it-yourself energy of the early 1990’s. Opened in a small run down schoolroom in Santa Monica, FH exhibited 55 group and solo shows, hosted performance art nights and invited local bands to play.

Closed in 1995