Corbin is one half of the dynamic duo of Sees Design and Principal of the Dallas studio. Corbin began his career in design at the reputable Dallas antique importer, Orion Antiques. He has worked in Chicago for Holly Hunt Design, where he started in marketing and moved on to oversee all furniture production. Corbin has been a partner and principal at Sees Design for nearly 20 years. Sees Design has been featured in Architectural Digest, Sotheby’s 20 To Watch In 2020, participated in the inaugural and esteemed Kips Bay Dallas Showhouse, and has been consecutively listed by D Home as Best Designers in Dallas since 2017. Corbin graduated cum laude from The Colorado College with a Bachelor of Economics and a Minor in Art History.
Ross See is an Allied ASID and Principal and Partner at Sees Design Oklahoma City. After earning his design degree from Harrington College of Interior Design in Chicago Ross began working for notable interior designers in New York. For nearly 20 years, Ross has been a partner and principal at Sees Design alongside his brother, Corbin See. Ross has a focus on interior architecture and space planning and is proficient in AutoCAD, Sketch Up, and Adobe Photoshop. His work at Sees Design has been featured nationally in Architectural Digest, AD Pro, the book Dallas Modern, D Home, PaperCity Magazine, and Modern Luxury among others.
Benji Homsey graduated with a Bachelor of Finance with an emphasis in Real Estate from Texas Christian University and began work with Givens-Records Development and Z Resorts. Throughout his nearly 20-year tenure, Benji was responsible for overseeing all aspects of each project including Hotel ZaZa Dallas, The Metropolitan Club (ZaZa Dallas Condominiums), Hotel ZaZa Houston Museum District, Hotel ZaZa Houston Memorial and Hotel ZaZa Austin, as well as brand development. As President of Brand and Development for Z Resorts from 2008 up to his departure in 2020, Benji’s experience in managing the construction, installation as well as having an integral part in the design of each development project has given him the expertise to execute luxurious, trendy concepts that withstand the test of time. In his role at Duro Hospitality, Benji has successfully launched and managed The Charles, Bar Charles and Sister with many more projects to come.
Chas Martin started his culinary career underneath celebrity chef Samir Dhurandhar. After three months of poorly peeled potatoes and burnt bacon, the executive team decided he would fit better at the front of the restaurant as a host. Within four years, he went from an underage host to general manager of Dallas’ leading steakhouse, Nick and Sam’s. He has since consulted for hotel and restaurant owner Tim Headington and was the director of food and beverage for Dallas’ leading boutique hotel, Hotel ZaZa. Chas understands hospitality better than anyone and understands what it takes to build and run a successful business. He is a consummate host and wants to create the best place to drink, dine and work in country. Chas has led the charge on concepting, creating and managing one of the best and busiest restaurants that Dallas has seen in the last decade. He has acted as general manager and managing partner of The Charles since its opening and has relinquished the former of those titles to focus on new hospitality projects.
Sara has been elbow deep in fabrics since she was a child. Her mother, an accomplished quilter, ignited her passion for pattern and color at an early age, which eventually led to her earning a degree in Environmental Design in 2000. Years later, after crossing paths with Corbin in Chicago at Holly Hunt’s Great Plains Headquarters, they married and went to work for Sees Design. Later in her career, Sara became the Design Director for Perennials Fabrics, in Dallas, Texas while Corbin hung the Sees Design, Dallas, shingle. These collective textile driven experiences have won Sara the unofficial title at Sees Design of “Textile Specialist”. Sara and Corbin currently reside in Dallas.
Matt Mazur began his career in design over a decade ago working for noted Dallas interior designer Robert William Dailey. Matt is passionate about historical American homes and the peculiar influence of European design. He grew up in West Texas with a great appreciation for art and furniture instilled in him by his mother and father, an effortlessly stylish decorator and incredibly detailed remodeler, respectively. His designs carefully balance historical precedent, intrigue and warmth. Matt’s expertise entails project management, architectural detailing, and sourcing of rare and important furnishings. Matt and his wife live in Fort Worth, Texas with their two Pembroke Welsh Corgis, Ellie and Georgie.
Anne’s love of interior design began at an early age – influenced by local designers, she instantly fell in love with the way a well-designed room can change the way a person feels. She prefers timeless and sophisticated interiors with a playful approach to mixing antiques, furniture, and art along with a healthy dose of color. She is passionate about working with clients to combine their needs with design aesthetics to make their spaces both beautiful and functional. Anne’s focus is working with the design team on a project from start to finish, with a primary focus on furniture and fabric selection. Anne graduated from the University of Oklahoma where she studied Art History, and now lives in Oklahoma City with her husband, two children and dog, Ralph.
Tallie has been the cheerful voice on the other end of the phone at Sees Design for over 15 years. Steadfast and loyal, she’s managed our order process and customer service department with the utmost professionalism. Tallie is based in Oklahoma City, where she resides with her family. But, she’s has made friends with vendors and clients alike, across the country.
Meredith, a native Texan born and raised in Dallas, attended the nationally ranked interior design program at Auburn University. Prior to graduation in 2018, she accepted an internship with a prestigious high-end residential firm in Dallas. Meredith is inspired by natural materials and bright colors which is a direct influence from her love of art. She has had the privilege of working on projects both nationally and internationally. She has since expanded her talents into the hospitality industry and enjoys the duality of working on both private and public projects.