Author Gail Ingis loves writing and painting, playing piano and guitar, among other creative arts. Before beginning her career as a writer, she worked as a professional interior designer, architectural consultant, educator, and professional artist. She has written over 500 articles on various subjects for her blog and has hundreds of photographs to use for her paintings when she isn’t writing.
She is a member of ASID (American Society of Interior Designers). Her degrees include a BFA from the New York School of Interior Design, and Master’s studies in Architecture and Design Criticism at the New School. She founded the Interior Design Institute (IDI) in 1981 and later merged the school with Berkeley College. Besides her design work, she taught watercolor and oil painting, interior design, and the history of architecture and design at IDI and several universities in the tri-state area.
Museum, Norwalk, CT. She is a juror and curator for the Lockwood art exhibitions.
She also enjoys traveling, singing, and watching football and tennis with her husband Tom of almost thirty years. Gail loves taking walks with Tom, especially in the fall, and snapping the occasional selfie. She adores her twelve grandchildren and two granddaughters-in-law.
You can find her historical romances, The Memorable Mrs. Dempsey (formerly Indigo Sky) and The Unforgettable Miss Baldwin and her forthcoming memoir, A Girl Grows in Brooklyn, on Amazon. Follow her on Twitter @gailingisauthor, Facebook, or her blog. Visit her website and sign up for Gail’s newsletter.