Kathleen’s passion for organizing began when she was a young child growing up in Bethel, CT. For her, there was nothing better than a well organized Barbie Dream House. Now, as an adult, she enjoys transforming spaces and watching the positive impact it has in her clients lives.
Kathleen attended Marist College in NY and graduated with a degree in communications. After college, Kathleen moved to NJ and worked in the film & television industry before moving on to a career in property management and real estate.
After moving back to CT, she incorporated her prior work experience and life experiences as a daughter, wife, mom and an across the board multi-tasker to follow her passion as a Professional Organizer.
Kathleen's focus is and always will be on her clients, believing the "stuff" is secondary. She caters to her client's needs and keeps true to her mantra that becoming organized should not be feared, it should be embraced. That focus has in turn become the foundation on which House to Home was built.
Kathleen lives in Ridgefield, CT with her husband, two children and three rescue pets. Outside of keeping her busy family in order, she loves being outdoors and spending time with her friends and family. Good food and a nice glass of wine never hurt either!
Ben has had a passion for organization (and jigsaw puzzles) since he was a child growing up in Portland, Maine.
Ben attended Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY and graduated with a degree in American Studies. He has lived in Boston & New York City and worked in film & television. You may know his work as writer/producer of Young, Sexy & Royal for WE or Labor & Delivery for TLC. Seeking a new direction, he moved to Fairfield County to express his talent for creating order from chaos. With that in mind, he created House to Home Organizing to help his clients gain a better quality of life.
Over the last nine years of his organizing career, if you can name it, Ben has probably done it. His clients range from busy stay at home moms and dads to Level 5 hoarders from all walks of life and socioeconomic backgrounds. He strives to make the process fun and even joyful by taking the work seriously but never himself.
As a father to two young boys, Ben knows well the challenges of keeping a house not only functional but looking beautiful. He also brings a dad’s perspective to organizing solutions. And yes, he also knows how it feels to step on a Lego with bare feet.