Shepard Vineburg’s passionate practice of interior design stems from a lifetime immersed in the pursuit of art, design, antiques and aesthetics. After passing his NCIQQ exam (National Council for Interior Design Qualification) he was granted professional membership into the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID).

His formal college art education began at New York‘s Pratt Institute. There he studied figure drawing, 2 & 3 dimensional design, light and color, photography, and sculpture with the preeminent mid-century modernist designer Ward Bennett. This experience paved a new path and he redirected his artistic endeavors into the realm of the decorative arts, with an ardent lifelong pursuit of antiques as well as learning the fundamentals of modernism. He transferred to The New York School of Interior Design graduating from their comprehensive 3-year FIDER accredited design program receiving their diploma in interior architecture and design. While at NYSID he had the rare opportunity and to work for furniture designer Paul M. Jones, and to meet acclaimed interior designer Billy Baldwin. Today he delights in a friendship with living design legend Albert Hadley, America’s most revered and preeminent Interior Designer.