Ingrid Carozzi is one of the premier floral artists in New York City. But, her very successful career path was anything but direct, having held jobs as a flight attendant, English teacher, croupier, waitress, and public relations associate. She tried five different college programs, none of which provided the academic spark to light an ideal career destination. But, a chance encounter would set her on a trajectory to career success and personal fulfillment.

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Ingrid’s clients have included Anna Wintour, Martha Stewart, Chef Eric Ripert, John Legend, Takashi Murakami, The Queen of Sweden, Shawn Mendes, Rachel Ray, and Carolina Herrera.

Corporate clients include: Google, Christie’s, Burberry, MTV, Prada, Netflix, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, Vogue, The New Museum, Sotheby’s, Tesla, Moet Chandon, Lalique, The Fragrance Foundation Awards, St. Germain, and British Polo Day.

Ingrid’s floral designs have graced some of New York’s finest venues and institutions, such as Blue Hill Stone Barns, Cedar Lakes Estate, The Bowery Hotel, The Park Avenue Armory, The Museum of the City of New York, the Bridgehampton Tennis & Surf Club, 99 Scott, Pioneer Works, and The Highline Hotel among many others.

Her work had been featured and published in Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, Martha Stewart, InStyle, Town & Country, The Knot, Brides, Style Me Pretty, Carats and Cake, 100 Layer Cake, and Better Homes and Gardens to name a few.

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Contact information: 646-580-8745,

 Ingrid’s new book Flowers by Design is now available worldwide. Order from your preferred retailer: Amazon– Barnes & Noble –  Book Depository (Free International Shipping) – IndieBound – Bookshop – BAM – Indigo (Canada) – Booktopia (Australia) – Waterstones (UK)


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