DELANO PRODUCTION DESIGN specializes in Set and Production Design for the TV and Entertainment Industries. Devin Delano graduated with a degree in Marketing from Western KY University, and began as an intern in 1992 at NBC Special Events in NYC. He spent four years in the Marketing and Creative Departments at Nickelodeon and MTV, before opening his own Production Design company in NYC’s Chelsea in 1996. His first design project came as a Set Designer for the Wyclef Jean Foundation, designing concerts in Miami, NY and Los Angeles. Delano has led the Design Departments of over 100 TV Renovation Shows, including KITCHEN COUSINS, DEAR GENEVIEVE, RESTAURANT DIVIDED, and many more. In addition to TV, he has designed and produced events for Sunbrella, Architecture Digest, L'Oreal, Museum of Modern Art, Telemundo, Univision, MTV Latino, Viacom, Project Runway, NIKE, and the US OPEN. He has also worked in backstage production for over 500 fashion shows, and has designed and produced over a dozen dazzeling Broadway Opening Night Parties.
BNOdesign is an interior design firm specializing in upscale, high-end interior design. BNO holds Master of Architecture from the University of PR and Master of Architecture and Urban Design from Columbia University. He began his professional career in 1983 with John F. Saladino, Inc, establishing his firm in 1992. Notable residential clients include Lenny Kravitz, Laura Esquivel, Mark Seliger, Russell Simmons, Patricia Field and Sean Combs. Notable commercial clients include Cartier, Diptyque, Morgan Hotel Group’s Mondrian hotels in LA and NYC, Q & A Residential Hotel at 70 Pine and Renaissance Times Square hotel, among others. BNO published two books: Emotional Rooms, The Sensual Interiors of Benjamin Noriega Ortiz (2007) and Suspending Reality, Interiors by Benjamin Noriega Ortiz written with Linda O’Keeffe (2014).