This episode tracks the birth of a contemporary art consultancy business with an unconventional approach, highlighting Brooke's evolution to professional purpose with an honest look at reimagining your career at any age.
Brooke Molinaroli tried her hand at various creative fields early on in her career but found herself continuously compromising with the pressure to find a more business-centric role. After graduating from Bucknell University, Brooke started working in galleries and then for design firms and photographers. This led to a ten year stint in digital, brand and social media marketing at British Telecom until she found a role that combined that experience with her love of art, working at the Dallas Museum of Art as the Marketing Director. But something was missing in all of those roles and when she moved to the suburbs of NY, Brooke had her pivotal moment. With strong opinions about the good and the bad of the art world she decided to change the way people access contemporary artists and photographers, offering artwork at relatively accessible price points in a low-key and transparent way, using her own space as an exhibit venue. Listen in to to hear a unique pivot and founder's story highlighting the origins of a singular business model in a traditionally challenging field!