SF Chronicle, December 2014
Ken Fulk: The Life of The Party Has Arrived

When Ken Fulk burst onto the scene in 2010 with a splashy masquerade ball honoring jet-setter Denise Hale at his South of Market studio, it seemed he’d come out of nowhere. The little-known interior designer brought together socialites, politicians and business leaders, titillated them with lavish fare and voyeuristic scenes from San Francisco’s underground subculture, and used the event, dubbed Halestorm, as his calling card. Soon, he was decorating the homes and offices of the Bay Area’s burgeoning billionaire set (Zynga’s Mark Pincus) and masterminding elaborate weddings (Napster co-founder Sean Parker’s “Hobbit”-themed nuptials in Big Sur). He was also, like the late elder statesmen of the San Francisco design scene (Anthony Hail, Michael Taylor), becoming an arbiter of taste for his clients where fashion and entertaining were concerned.

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