Chandos started her interior design business in Houston, Texas in 2000. She is an alumna of the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture and was trained by three of the premier interior design firms in the United States, Greg Jordan Interior Design, Naomi Leff Interior Design, and Dan Carithers Design Consultant. She has won numerous design awards, including House Beautiful magazine as one of the “Next Wave” of Interior Designers in 2010. In 2012, Chandos Interiors was recognized as a "Star on the Rise" by the Decorative Center of Houston. She has been published in many local and national magazines and email@example.com
Mary Hammon joined C2 Art Advisors as President in January 2016. She received a B.A. in Art History from Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia. She also earned her Masters in Modern & Contemporary Art from Christie’s Education in London. Mary Hammon previously worked for Christie’s in New York as an Account Manager in the Estates, Appraisals & Valuations Department. This position allowed her to travel throughout the country to view private collections and to assist clients with the appraisal and/or deaccession of fine art, furniture, jewelry and other collectibles. Mary Hammon returned to her hometown of Houston, TX and launched Frost Bank’s Fine Art Advisory Service in 2012. In this role, she consulted clients on buying, selling and managing collections of art. Mary Hammon served on the boards of the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston and the Texas Cultural Trust.firstname.lastname@example.org
Audrey returned to her hometown of Dallas after living in Europe, San Francisco, and most recently New York City. For the past six years, Audrey gained extensive fine art auction experience at Phillips in New York, focusing on modern and contemporary artwork. Audrey held various positions at the auction house. She enjoyed the hands on aspect of cataloguing paintings, works on paper and sculpture, as well as working directly with collectors and consignors. Prior to Phillips, Audrey worked at a contemporary art gallery, and in the studio of a fashion and beauty photographer. Audrey graduated from University of Arkansas, earning a B.A. in graphic design.
Bradley is originally from Austin, Texas and joined C2 Art Advisors in Dallas as Art Advisor in July 2018. He previously served in senior fundraising roles at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, collaborating with the institution’s high-level patrons and collectors. He also holds extensive experience in collection and art-related travel consulting for cultural groups nationally and internationally. Bradley graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Rice University with a B.A. in Art History and completed an M.A. in Arts Administration at New York University. While in New York he held positions in the Post-War and Contemporary Department at Christie's and at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Bradley is proficient in Spanish, French, and Italian.
Laura graduated from Principia College with a B.A. in Studio Art. Prior to joining C2 in June 2018, Laura gained 6 years of extensive museum experience as the Curator and Registrar of J.P. Bryan’s Torch Collection, a private 70,000-piece Texana and Southwestern art collection which has since become The Bryan Museum in Galveston. She gained a solid foundation in collection management and curatorial research becoming fluent in regional art history, specifically surrounding Texas and the Western diaspora. She was a Contributing Curator for the Houston Museum of Natural Science’s Texas! The Exhibition in 2011 and Frank Reaugh: Master of Pastels and the Plains of Texas with UNT on the Square Gallery in the same year. Most recently, Laura spent 2 ½ years in Round Top, Texas where she served as Director of the Round Top Area Chamber of Commerce while showcasing her artwork in various local galleries. Laura is an oil painter who specializes in symbolist portraiture and abstract expressionism. Her work is in private collections nationwide, including the art collection of Principia College.
A Fort Worth native, Natalie graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a B.A. in Studio Art and a minor in Business Foundations. Prior to graduating, she spent an unforgettable semester in Barcelona, Spain, where she studied Spanish and Art History with a focus on the works and lives of Picasso, Miró and Dalí. Natalie worked at Heritage Auctions from 2010 to 2014, and held the role of Lead Cataloguer for American, European, Illustration, Texas and Western Art. Prior to joining C2, she worked as a Research Specialist for a small Dallas-based art advisory firm.