Eddie Zaratsian’s Youtube Channel launch was featured on Love Luxe Life!
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From Love Luxe Life:
“An artist and visionary, Eddie Zaratsian creates. He is fluent in the many languages of design and uses his expertise and natural talent to bring ideas and stories to life through one-of-a-kind creations and environments. Eddie’s work cultivates a sense of wonder and connects us to the humbling and enlightening bounties of nature.
Eddie’s creativity and passion is evident in every aspect of his event design company, Eddie Zaratsian Lifestyle and Design, where he produces breathtaking events that envelop and delight the senses. Each detail, from large-scale installation to individual petals, is carefully chosen and customized from conceptualization until the final reveal. Drawing on over two decades of industry experience working with an international clientele, Eddie’s ability to imagine and actualize celebratory experiences that uniquely reflect the essence of his clients is unparalleled.
In addition to event design, Eddie is a creative consultant and collaborator for exclusive brand partnerships, and he’s a passionate educator who zealously teaches his renowned techniques and shares his expertise with aspiring artisans and master craftsman alike, including the talented team at his exclusive floral production company, Tic-Tock Couture Florals. All artists and craftsmen at Tic-Tock have been exclusively trained and mentored by the designer and as Tic-Tock’s creative director, Eddie’s vision, methodology, and extensive experience are seen in the stunning work and signature pieces his team creates to adorn life’s most important moments.
Eddie’s work has been seen at all the top luxury hotels and resorts throughout Southern California including Hotel Bel Air, Four Seasons Beverly Wilshire, Beverly Hills Hotel, Montage Laguna Beach, The Resort Pelican Hill, and The Ritz- Carlton Laguna Niguel, just to name a few. With his brand expansion and his own You-Tube Channel, everyone across the globe will be able to watch and learn from his creativity even if they don’t ever get the pleasure of experiencing his events in person.”