Jessica Shaw hails from Toronto, Canada, where she received her BFA in Interior Design from Ryerson University’s acclaimed School of Interior Design.   During the course of Jessica’s professional experience, now spanning over 3 decades, she has pushed the boundaries of the conventional role of Interior Designer. With experience from retail and residential design to live events; production design and art direction for film; video production for installations and performance art, the diversity of Ms. Shaw’s past experience has fused and informed what her interior design skills embody today; that of a refined and uniquely specialized genre.

Living and working in New York City since 1992, she originally came to the city to join a selected team of designers who were developing a new store design prototype for Prescriptives, an Estee Lauder owned company. Once completing her role with Estee Lauder as the Associate Director of Store Design she was ready to fulfill a long-standing desire to express her creativity in a more theatrical realm. In the following years she made inroads into the diverse creative world that only a city like New York can offer. Dedicating her focus and time to new creative challenges, she honed her skills in art direction creating set designs for music videos and commercials, production design for short and feature films, event design for exclusive events like the US Open and video installations for performance art.

Jessica’s introduction to Wayne Turett came in the late 90s bringing her point of view as an interior designer to his his team of architects for the design of Tommy Boy Records head office in NYC. Their symbiotic relationship evolved over a decade, collaborating on numerous projects while Ms. Shaw honed her skills as the principle of her interior design practice, Moment Design.  During this time both Wayne and Jessica discovered a natural fit that complimented both their talents and their clients needs.  In 2014, Jessica officially joined forces with TTC as the Director of Interior Design.