Parrish Cameron Robe Chilcoat
Founder & Principal Designer
Born and raised outside of New York City, Parrish knew that she wanted to be a decorator at age 9. In 1982 the design book 60 Years of Interior Design: the World of McMillen was published about the esteemed interior decorating firm McMillen Inc. The firm was started in 1924 by her step great grandmother, Eleanor McMillen Brown. Parrish voraciously read the book for years. A lifelong passion and a singular career goal was ignited.
Parrish began her career in Los Angeles working for Suzanne Rheinstein & Associates and Michael Smith Inc. In 2005 she partnered with Joe Lucas, for almost a decade, to form the interior design firm Lucas Studio Inc and the retail store Harbinger.
Cameron Design Group was founded by Parrish
Rachel's passion for interior design really grew in college during her intro to design class.
She received her BS in Interior Design from San Francisco State University and always knew she wanted to be in the design world ever since she was a child.
Dheonte T. Moore
Dheonte decided on the design industry when he realized that every time he saw a room or vignette, either within his own environment or in the entertainment world, he would be internally making changes. He would think, "if they just put that there" or "I wonder why that's that way", and this internal dialogue became the catalyst to his education in Interior Design.
He started his education at a community college, then proceeded to NewSchool of Architecture and Design where he graduated with his BA in Interior Architecture and Design.
From a very young age, Rachel was acutely aware of her surroundings and their ability to affect the way a person feels. However, it wasn't until she started working at Made Goods, a wholesale furniture company, that her passion for interior design really surfaced and she made the switch from marketing & trade show operations to interior design!
Rachel received her B.A. from The University of Arizona in Communications and her Certificate in Interior Architecture from UCLA