Helen Quinn is a stylist, designer, and artist living in New York City. Her experience with color, texture, and interiors has led her to design textiles as well as paint lines. She has been an editor and stylist for television (Today Show, Martha TV), magazines (Martha Stewart Living, Parents, Scholastic) and commercial catalogs (Williams Sonoma, Garnet Hill, Thymes, Target). Recently she has been collaborating with artist Ondine Crispin to make prints and drawings for Dovecote Collective. Helen has a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art. She has lead workshops at Parsons/The New School for the Aftertaste series as well as an event at the White House and each Spring she teaches a color class called Color Lab.