Bronson van Wyck
Bronson Van Wyck began his career as a protocol aide to Ambassador Pamela Harriman in Paris, where he was responsible for nightly diplomatic receptions at the American Embassy. In 1999, he founded Van Wyck & Van Wyck with his mother, Mary Lynn. Since then, Bronson has planned events around the world, from weddings to fashion shows, a presidential inauguration, the Democratic National Convention, and the openings of New York’s High Line and Hearst Tower, and, most recently, the St. Regis Bal Harbour.
Passionate about giving back, Bronson is a founding member and trustee of the Friends of the High Line, and also serves on the boards of the East Harlem School at Exodus House and Alpha Workshops.