Brian Patrick Flynn
Brian Patrick Flynn is an interior designer focusing both on residential interiors as well as production design. In 2009, he married both of these worlds by creating Decor Demon, a design blog with 100% original photographic and video content that is equal parts stunning and hysterical. From the initial concepts and ideas to the edgy, editorial writing, vivid art direction and unique prop styling, Decor Demon is made up entirely of Brian’s designer DNA. In addition to Decor Demon, Brian is the design producer for the hit HGTV reality-competition series, Design Star. A recent move to Los Angeles has rendered Brian bicoastal, with homes in Atlanta and in the Hollywood Hills. The fast-talking design dude would also like to add that he has a small white dog that looks like a pig mixed with a deer and an alien, knows how to say Smurf in five languages, and at age 35, still refuses to eat the crust off his pizza and sandwiches.
Annette Joseph is a photo stylist/producer with 20 years’ experience who specializes in lifestyle editorial images for national magazines. Her expertise includes photo styling for interiors, food styling and propping, and special production projects. Her special production products include conception of projects and storyline. This can include anything from simple craft projects and organizing stories, to decor tips and recipe and entertaining ideas. From presenting the initial story idea to producing and styling the final product. Annette handles it all, bringing style and creativity to every project. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia, full time with her husband and 2 children, and in Italy every summer where she and her husband have a second home. Annette is a regular lifestyle contributor on The Today Show and Better Mornings Atlanta. She’s currently working on a television show and her first book. You can find her on Twitter, Pinterest, and Facebook.
Celebrity designer and TV personality Courtney Cachet’s sense of style and vibrant personality can be found everywhere! This New York based decorating maven designs celebrity homes, several product lines and has large followings on NBC and Huffington Post Style as a regular contributor. Courtney got her start a decade ago on WTVJ, the NBC affiliate in Miami, where her genuine personality was an instant hit with viewers. Soon, she was appearing as an on air expert for NBC, MSNBC, Headline News, DIY Network, Better TV, and HSN. TO date, she’s logged almost 1000 TV appearances worldwide. Now based in NYC with her family, she is one of the most sought-after style experts in the media, appearing on hit shows like Open House NYC, The Today Show, VH1 and all over the web. Courtney has become a go to decorator for celebrities who love her glam design style. Courtney has been featured in Italian Vogue, Us Weekly, The Wall Street Journal, Women’s Day, First Magazine, Better Homes & Gardens, The Rachel Zoe Report, and dozens of blogs. Not only is her taste impeccable, but her personality is down to earth and approachable. When she’s not globe trotting or looking for the next best thing to share with you, Courtney’s at home with her A-List entourage: her husband Aaron and young children, Brooke and Ford. Because the best homes are filled with what you love the most!
As a correspondent on ABC’s The Chew, Evette Ríos blends food and design with her own unique “Do-it-Yourself” spin. A craft and design expert, she also appears frequently on The Rachael Ray Show and Planet Green’s The G Word, where she shares her can-do attitude and off-beat sense of humor while showcasing easy and inventive ways to create budget-friendly projects that add to the décor of viewers’ homes and lives. Rios was previously a co-host and designer for Freestyle on HGTV and TLC’s home repair show, In a Fix. In addition to her television appearances, she is host of Better Homes & Gardens’ 100-Days of Holidays online video series. Fluent in Spanish, Rios is a regular contributor to Al Despertar on Univision and Siempre Mujer magazine. She is a life-long New Yorker and an avid traveler.