Suzanna Cullen Hamilton is the President of ART SMART Strategies – a company that specializes in business and brand strategies, press and media relations, and editorial content and marketing for creative entities. She has spent twenty-seven years in the fields of documented antiques, art, and interior design wherein her clients have included nationally renowned interior designers, investment level collectors, and national museums. Concurrently, Suzanna has written byline feature articles for more than twelve publications across the country over a period of eighteen years. Additionally, her companies have been featured in editorial content in Architectural Digest, Veranda, The New York Times, Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles, America’s Elite 1,000, and on CNN, and via many other national and regional media companies.
Suzanna was a partner of The Levison & Cullen Gallery and the owner of Hamilton’s Antiques & Art, Ltd. wherein she operated galleries throughout the United States and was a dealer on the prestigious international website www.1stdibs.com. Additionally, her companies have exhibited at shows and sales throughout the country.
Suzanna is a monthly byline featured columnist for Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles; a regular contributor to Golden State Media publications in California; and a byline contributor for more than twelve other shelter and lifestyle publications. Her articles focus on interiors, the arts, architecture, lifestyle, and interviews with influential people associated with luxury lifestyle brands. Suzanna is a speaker at conferences and events where she addresses how to strategically drive creative companies to success.
Suzanna’s career experience and education includes decorative arts, interior design, and the legal profession, as well as having served on Boards of Trustees in the arts and education. She well understands the powers of due diligence, market analysis, and appropriate and accurate messages that elevate businesses and organizations to garner interest. Her vast experience in retail, to-the-trade, and internet business combined with her editorial, legal, and Board experience make her uniquely qualified to counsel creative companies.