MARLEE KATZ is an art advisor and creative project manager in New York City. Katz works with public and private clientele on innovative projects that focus on developing thoughtfully curated fine art collections. On most occasions, Katz collaborates with her clients and interior designers to develop a distinct visual narrative. For each venture, Katz's goal is to educate the client, all while developing a cohesive visual strategy that aligns with the project's objectives and resources.
Katz is currently part of the projects and sales team at Edward Tyler Nahem Fine Art. Before joining the gallery, Katz worked with art advisor, Erica Samuels, where she ensured all projects were successfully executed from initiation to completion. In addition to project management and executing sales, Katz's role was inclusive of planning and curating the exhibition space in partnership with Park Hyatt New York. Katz graduated from New York University with a Master's of Art in Visual Arts Administration. Working with art historian Michael Danoff, she wrote her thesis on art law, titled, Consequences for Ownership: Degenerate Art of World War II. She received her undergraduate degree from The University of Wisconsin-Madison with a Bachelor of Science in Fine Art and a Certificate in Entrepreneurship from the Grainger School of Business.