Amy Bishop Blumenthal is the Principal Designer and Founding Partner at Herringbone & Brass.
Amy has a background in Fine Arts and Art History with a BFA from Pratt Institute and MFA from Parsons in Interior Design and the History of Decorative Arts and Design.
Prior to founding Herringbone & Brass, Amy worked as set designer and production designer for Emmy Award winning television programs, commercials and independent films in Los Angeles. In New York City, Amy worked as Creative Director for AD 100 firm Campion Platt, and as Senior Interior Designer for Thom Filicia. After moving to Boston in late 2018, Amy collaborated with several interior design firms in the Boston Area until she decided to start Herringbone & Brass in late 2019. Amy lives in Beacon Hill with her architect husband and son.
Kristen Sylvia is an Interior Designer at Herringbone & Brass.
Kristen, a Rhode Island native, attended college by the “Furniture Capital of the World” of High Point, North Carolina and completed her B.S. in Interior Architecture and Sustainable Design from Endicott College. Since 2011, she has been designing and managing a variety of high-end residential projects along the East Coast from Maine to Florida and has begun work on the West Coast in Los Angeles, California. Her zen-like nature and approach to life gently flows into her optimistic style, fresh and forward-looking design aesthetic, and intuitive relationship with her clients. In her spare time, Kristen is most often stimulating her love for adventure by exploring a new town, hiking with her rescue pup, chasing the sunset with her Canon, or catching up with a friend at a local coffee shop.
Sylvia Pagán Westphal is Founding Partner at Herringbone & Brass. Sylvia advises clients on select projects, especially when they involve renovations. Sylvia has renovated or built multiple luxury properties in the last 10 years. Through those experiences she acquired a deep understanding of the factors that define a successful real estate journey. Sylvia loves advising clients about their home’s needs (staging, organizing, styling, renovating) before putting it on the market, or, if a client is considering a purchase, she can help evaluate a property for its potential for renovation or revamping.
Megan Bosse runs project management and client services at Herringbone & Brass. She recently graduated from Boston College where she pursued her Masters of Science in Leadership and Administration, with a specialization in project management. She graduated in May of 2019 from the University of Massachusetts Amherst where she studied Hospitality & Tourism Management and Communications. Her extensive experience working in the hospitality industry is a major asset as she expands her knowledge and skills to further her passion for the luxury real estate industry.