Tyler Marcum spends his days as a sales planner for Magnetic – and his nights? As a performer in NYC. Tyler started acting when he was just five years old – and hasn’t stopped performing.
His first big moment in the spotlight came when he was 10 as the ‘Quick Quiz Kid’ on his local news station. Since then, Tyler has been featured on PBS TV, The Discovery Channel, The Family Channel, SNL, toured with Altar Boyz, and just finished filming a new promo for a logo television show. Tyler spends his spare time singing and acting in cabarets, plays, and short films. He puts his creative eye to work behind the scenes and freelances for web design and film editing.
Tyler also has a passion for interior design – his apartment was even featured on an HGTV episode of ‘Small Space, Big Style.’ In addition to spreading his design tips around the office, Tyler shares them with the world on ‘thetyblog.com.’ His blog features home décor and bargain finds, and is all about finding in-season items for less.
Check out the recent promo I danced in for the new Logo TV show “Eden’s World” (premiering April 16th)
Me and the Julester hosting our HGTV episode a few years ago. The apartment has made quite a few changes since then
With one of the coldest winters behind us, and a spring that has not quite ‘sprung’, my fellow New Yorkers are ready for some serious summer sun. From anchor notecards to wavy wallpaper, there are a multitude of ways to … Continue reading
Portland, Oregon based Pigeon Toe Ceramics is taking Scandinavian design to a new level with some visually stunning ceramic peices. The final product is one-of-a-kind inspiration for a modern home. Kerr Mason Jar, $30. (includes votive)
Japan based Fog Linen has caught my eye via the Remodelista blog. The linens come in a wide array of styles – most leaning towards a tartan/flannel country vibe.
It’s a little embarrassing to admit the amount of love I have for the recent terrarium craze. And you don’t need a green thumb to share this excitement with your friends (just keep wine on hand for the nervous folks … Continue reading
Ferm Living is making me wish I was a kid again. Or that I had a kid. Or that I stole a kid from Toys R Us.
Thomas Paul has launched his new nautical line and I can’t get enough of the Octopus. The throw is 50”x70” and reversible: $350 at Velocity. Shower curtain is 72”x72” on hand screened cotton: $96 at 2modern (free US shipping).
The Wright’s Peak Wire Storage unit looks to be modeled after the swim baskets I constantly see at the flea markets around Brooklyn. If only I had a big enough bathroom. 48 inches wide; $195 at Sundance.
San Fran based designers Tehrani Baylis Design are dishing out a Weck canning jar pendant (appropriately named ‘Jar Light’). They are made from recycled glass and come on a made-to-order basis. Dining rooms just got a whole lot cooler. $185 each.