Meet Our Speaker
Ronati, VP Global Industry Relations
Do I look Skinny in this House?
Using Design Psychology to Create Well-Spaces for Your Client
Why do we care so much about our homes? When did this societal phenomenon begin? Entire stores and cable channels are dedicated to the remodeling of one’s home-proof that our homes are more than just walls, windows, and floors. Our homes exemplify who we are. They are an extension of us.
Kelli Ellis is an Internationally recognized Designer, Artist, Licensee, Speaker, a founding partner of Design Campus, and Author of the best-selling Design Psychology Coaching book, Do I Look Skinny in this House. Kelli created the Certified Design Psychology Coaching program over 8 years ago, helping designers and architects create wellness practices. After years of starring on TLC and HGTV, Kelli stars in her own show on The Design Network, Design Therapy. She is currently living in Barcelona and is the VP of Global Industry Relations at Ronati, a technology platform created for Antique and Art dealers to sell and thrive online.