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monaco yacht show NYC

The Monaco Consulate in New York hosted EMC NYC in conjunction with the Monaco Yacht Show for a wonderful event.

With the support of Her Excellency Maguy Maccario Doyle, Ambassador of Monaco, Gildo Pallanca Pastor, General Consul, and the Monaco Convention Bureau, the first evening reception held at the Consulate of Monaco hosted around 80 privileged guests, members of American associations of asset managers for wealthy clients or the personal assistants of celebrities from Los Angeles and New York.

Here are some scenes from the evening sponsored by Ulysse Nardin. Thank you for hosting us!

Photos by Suzanne Vreeland. 

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Monaco Yacht Show NYC

Monaco Yacht Show NYC

Monaco Yacht Show NYC

Monaco Yacht Show NYC

Monaco Yacht Show NYC

Monaco Yacht Show NYC

Monaco Yacht Show NYC

Monaco Yacht Show NYC

Monaco Yacht Show NYC

Monaco Yacht Show NYC Bryan Peele

Monaco Yacht Show NYC




Pirch NYC

For anyone who hasn’t had the opportunity to visit Pirch in New York‘s SoHo, we  strongly encourage you to see their three-level showroom, which hosted our most recent Estate Managers Coalition meeting.

Pirch offers kitchen, bathroom, outdoor living furniture and fixtures. They feature Sub Zero, Wolf, Viking, Miele, Gaggenau and Monogram appliances. The second floor offers an interactive bath experience.

Thanks to Manhattan Magazine for their participation in the evening as well as our sponsors L’Olivier Floral Atelier, Neuhaus Chocolates, Cake & Co. and our photographer Brett Deutsch.

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Recap by Maria Carter, EMC NYC President. 

The EMC NYC Masterclass at Sisley Paris was one to remember!

ZenJen, NYC based world traveling yoga and meditation teacher, lead us into a mini mediation to calm our minds and spirits.

The Sisley Paris staff made us feel beautiful with their facial, make-up, massage and eye rejuvenation services. It was an evening of beauty makeovers! All guests left with a gift bag from Sisley Paris filled with wonderful skincare treatments. Our evening would not be complete without centerpieces from L’Olivier Floral Atelier.

See more photos from the event on Estate Managers Coalition Facebook.

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angeleno magazine restaurant issue 2016 best Los Angeles restaurants

Thank you Angeleno Magazine for including me in The Restaurant Issue 2016! In Angeleno Experts, I share my current favorite restaurant in Los Angeles, Baltaire in Brentwood.

Be sure to pick up a copy or check out the digital version at, and experience Baltaire for yourself at 11647 San Vicente Blvd.

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Baltaire Brentwood

Baltaire Brentwood



EMC along with our media sponsor Angeleno Modern Luxury and the showroom Graye celebrated our members in February for a massively attended “member appreciation” event. DJ Balthazar Getty was on hand to spin and Black Lab Ventures provided tasty bespoke beverages.

Photography by Tom Pascucci, Video Syndicate

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4 Ways To Ring The New Year In Style

Originally published in Valley Scene Magazine, New Year’s Eve Issue 2015
Celebrity holiday party

Take it from someone who has planned a lavish last minute New Year’s Eve bash for a pop star, all it takes is some ingenuity, the right caterer and a whole lot of hustle to create a magical night for your guests.

As an estate manager in Los Angeles I have worked with many a celebrity, and what’s hot right now is customized experiences that are personal, imaginative and original. You don’t need a million dollars to throw a chic shindig, just a little bit of creativity, fabulous food and a cork to pop at midnight. I’m going to share some of my top tips and favorite Los Angeles resources to create a night to remember and to ring in 2016 in style.

1. If you have the budget for a caterer it will not only free you up to mingle with guests, it will take away all that pre-party prep of shopping, cooking, storing and stressing. A few of my favorite L.A. caterers that always bring exquisite cuisine to the table include Choux Choux and L.A. Spice Catering. Additionally, Two Peas Inc. provides a drop-off option if you are serving hors d’oeuvres and would like everything ready to roll when your guests arrive.

2. Choose a signature cocktail to serve before midnight. I like something simple and festive like a pomegranate martini. Wait until midnight to pop that symbolic cork and to serve up the best champagne you can afford. If you want to hire a bartender, I use Black Lab, an eco-friendly mixology catering company, they create seasonal and custom cocktails that will have your guests swooning.

3. Create something personal for each guest. For New Year’s Eve I would create a small chic gift bag with symbolic tokens for the upcoming year; gold coins to represent prosperity, fortunes you can print out on your own with intentions or wishes for the year and gourmet chocolates for a bit of sweet in 2016.

4. For a festive ambiance, you can never go wrong with candles, and then more candles. Use glitzy party hats and gold and white balloons to add a celebratory element.


And, a party just isn’t a party without music. Whether you like jazz or hip-hop or classics like Tony Bennett, make sure you can hear music throughout the house, it sets the tone for the whole event.

I have planned hundreds of events for all types of parties and all types of people, and the one common thread for a successful event is good food, good drinks and good friends. With a little bit of thought and whole lot of heart, you can create a magical New Year’s Eve for your friends and family. Bryan Peele is an estate manager extraordinaire, man about town and the founder and president of the Estate Managers Coalition, a non-profit organization that manages the lives and estates of A-listers worldwide.

Representing America’s most powerful families and ultra-high-net-worth- individuals, EMC members understand how to impeccably manage the homes and lifestyles of the 1%, and they set the standards throughout the industry. As a connoisseur of all things luxury, Mr. Peele is a sought-after speaker and collaborates with deluxe brands and products that value his knowledge regarding how ultra-high-net-worth-individuals wish to spend their disposable income. As the industry trailblazer, Mr. Peele has also created a global consultancy that provides concierge staffing and consulting services for A-listers worldwide from pops stars and billionaires to movie moguls and celebrities.


Earlier this month Luxe Magazine hosted an evening with world famous architect Richard Landry of Landry Design Group (an Estate Managers Coalition member!) that proved to be informative, educational and fun!  In addition to sharing insight in to how he works and what motivates and inspires him, he also shared some of his current projects.
Always the consummate professional!

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Thank you FOX Business  for featuring my work as estate manager! See the original article by Serena Elavia on

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Running one household is a challenging job on a day-to-day basis. But for America’s wealthiest individuals and families, they have multiple houses to run and large staffs to manage.

This is where Bryan Peele comes in. After serving as the former head of entertainment at Delta Airlines, Peele is now an estate manager and president of the Estate Managers Coalition.

Peele manages estates for some of the country’s wealthiest families doing things like interviewing new housekeepers, planning parties and managing dog walkers, among many other duties. His tasks have even included planning a beehive installation to help pollinate a family’s gardens. His clients include celebrities, pop stars, hedge fund managers and the most glamorous estates.

“You need to be a perfectionist, and if not, to some degree someone who has a keen eye for detail” says Peele about how to be the best estate manager.

While not everyone can afford to hire their own estate manager, you can learn to be your own estate manager. Here’s how you can do it on a budget:

Step 1: Walk Through The House
The first step is to walk through the property and get a sense of the house inside and out. Note what issues you have with the house, or pet peeves. Also pay attention to what pleases you about your home.

“Start on a basic level to understand your environment. Know what kind of environment you want” says Peele.

Step 2: Zone the House
After doing a complete walk through of the house, divide the house into sections. For example, anything related to the kitchen can be one zone. Or the kids’ bedrooms and playrooms can be another zone.

Once the house is divided, determine who is responsible for each section. It could be that the household manager is responsible for all zones, but assigning a spouse or child (if possible) to manage a zone is an option. “Each person in that zone is responsible for everything” says Peele.

Step 3: Create the Protocols and Standards for the House
Determine how you want each zone to be run and operated. This includes what cleaning products are used to how the front door is answered. Peele suggests writing up standards for each section and taking pictures of what the zone looks like when it’s organized from top to bottom. Bundling the standards with photos creates a complete instruction manual that anyone can consult.

And the protocols don’t just stop at the various zones. Even events like running a dinner party can have a protocol addressing everything from where the guests are seated when they enter the house to how napkins are folded. To stay organized, these standards should be written up and stored in a safe, accessible place for future events.

Step 4: Create Maintenance Calendars
A maintenance calendar is a monthly schedule of household maintenance tasks. Peele says that this includes everything from plumbing checkups to house painting to window washing. These calendars should be made at the beginning of the year detailing when monthly checkups need to be conducted. For example, the April calendar might schedule a day to move winter clothes back into storage and bring out spring clothes, while the October calendar might begin planning a family’s holiday shopping.

To make it efficient, divide your schedule into two columns: the left side for daily tasks, the right side for the names and phone numbers of service providers so that everything is at your fingertips.

Step 5: Develop an Emergency Evacuation Plan
Peele says that most people don’t know that local police and fire departments can help households develop emergency evacuation plans.

Walk through your house and develop emergency evacuation routes and plans for each zone and create emergency supply kits. Write out instructions, which should be laminated, blown up and posted throughout the various zones.



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Thank you Angeleno Modern Luxury for naming me one of top 10 extraordinary “Modern Men of Los Angeles”, 2015 edition!

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Don’t miss Mondern Luxury fashion director James Aguiar’s field trip to Coco Chanel’s apartment in Paris in the magazine. Aguiar was the first to get its hands on Chanel’s fall 2015 couture just hours after the collection was shown.

Modern Man Los Angeles Bryan Peele

Modern Man Los Angeles Bryan Peele



Thank you Manhattan Modern Luxury for covering the Estate Managers Coalition New York launch at Burgess Yachts! We’re grateful to have received such a warm welcome in NYC and are looking forward to more events. If you’re interested in joining Estate Managers Coalition chapters in LA or New York, apply on

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