DuJour, September 2014
The Incredible FULK

It isn’t always easy to describe the projects Ken Fulk is toiling over, but when pressed to explain the work he does, Fulk sets the record straight, saying, “We create experiences.” Of course, that’s something of an understatement. Fulk, 48, is widely considered to be San Francisco’s secret social weapon. He’s the man trusted by society swells and Silicon Valley heavyweights alike to help plan perfect parties, decorate jaw-dropping homes or curate any aspect of their rarefied lives. Running a team of 49 out of his studio—a 1920s building in the SoMa neighborhood that once housed an S&M leather factory—Fulk has thrown parties for the likes of Jean-Paul Gaultier (who celebrated his 2012 de Young Museum exhibition with an event featuring Dita Von Teese and a mechanical bull) and he overhauled the home of tech power couple Michael and Xochi Birch to include an old pub imported to California from the U.K.

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