Constantine del Rosario has spent the greater majority of his working life in the design field. Before attending UC Irvine as a Studio Arts major with an emphasis in sculpture, he was the Northern California regional designer for WTG cooperation, designing all in-store displays across the greater Bay Area. After college he returned to San Francisco where he worked as a successful freelance designer for many years, decoration store windows along the toney Fillmore shopping corridor.  Transitioning back into corporate life, he was hired as the head in-store designer for Crate & Barrel, a position he held for 10 years where he traveled nation wide helping to design store displays. In 1999 he moved to Los Angeles where he began work for Soolip Paperie & Press as head designer and manager. There he designed the critically acclaimed booth for the 2009 DIFFA show in Los Angeles. He later moved on to work for Judith von Hopf Inc. a world renown props company as head designer where he created original designs for such companies as Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Banana Republic, Williams Sonoma, Sephora, Disney, Gap, Estee Lauder, Macy’s Guess and AT&T to name just a few. While at Judith von Hopf, he designed booths for the annual Global Shop trade show, where his designs won both the prestigious VMSD Outstanding Booth award, and the DDI Best in Show awards 4 years running.  His work as been seen worldwide and has been featured in several national and international publications. In 2014, he co-founded The Persephone Papers, a luxury stationary and art installation company. Though still a fledgling company it is already gaining national praise and recognition for it’s innovative designs, which are both avant garde and at the same time elegantly classical.