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Working on a Cruise Ship: Skye Li and Johnny Zhang

August 30th, 2017

Cruises are traditionally associated with tropical destinations and Caribbean tempos, but voyages to Asia and the South Pacific are more popular than ever. To fully accommodate the growing number of clientele from the Pacific East, many cruise lines offer multilingual art programs, including Park West Gallery. Principal Auctioneers Skye Li and Johnny Zhang are someRead More

Working on a Cruise Ship: Chris Vounnou and Katherine Moreno

August 1st, 2017

Cruise ship jobs are equally rewarding, challenging, and enlightening. In fact, many onboard art gallery associates often assert: “It’s the hardest job you’ll ever love.” True to this mantra, when working onboard a cruise ship, love is inevitable—personally and professionally. While working on board, auctioneers Chris Vounnou and Katherine Moreno engage with over 5,000 cruiseRead More

Working On Board Norwegian Joy and Majestic Princess

June 30th, 2017

When you work on international cruise ships, the horizon is the limit. While a shipboard career fosters an insurmountable level of personal and professional growth, it also lends itself to thousands of snapshot-worthy experiences from all seven continents. As the cruise industry in Asia continues to grow at a record pace, two new ships set sailRead More

Onboard Careers Cruising to Cuba

June 30th, 2017

A career at sea is sure to open up a world of opportunity, and most recently, a world previously restricted to many wanderlust travelers—Cuba. Since the United States and Cuba restored diplomatic relations in 2015, Cuba has become one of the most coveted cruise destinations. As a growing number of fleets are expanding their itinerariesRead More

Working on a Cruise Ship: Rae-Anne Forrester and Joseph Welton

June 28th, 2017

When you work on board cruise ships, no two days are alike. From producing live art auctions, enrichment programs, and exhibitions on board to enjoying the sights and sounds of the world’s wonders off the clock—a life at sea begets adventure. This past year, auctioneers Rae-Anne Forrester and Joseph Welton have been making their careerRead More

Working on a Cruise Ship: Joe and Eszter Wilson

May 31st, 2017

When you embark on a shipboard career, you’re guaranteed to surprise yourself in more ways than one. Some art associates, gallery directors, and art auctioneers identify their talents early and swiftly rise through the ranks; others realize their public speaking ability; and some even fall in love. Auctioneers Joe and Eszter Wilson met on boardRead More

Working on a Cruise Ship: Leif Rydfors

May 3rd, 2017

Sailing on open seas, visiting new ports of call every week, and hosting live art auctions and seminars —onboard auctioneers and associates experience all this and more. Meet Leif Rydfors, an art auctioneer who has managed successful onboard art programs on over 45 cruise ships. To Leif, working on board cruise ships isn’t just anotherRead More

Working on a Cruise Ship: Luke Proctor

April 14th, 2017

Looking for an opportunity to sharpen your professional business skills outside of a cubicle or classroom? You’re not alone. Meet Luke Proctor, a talented fine art auctioneer who has represented Park West for more than 10 years. Learn more about Luke’s art adventures around the globe in his exclusive Q&A with Park West Gallery: LukeRead More

On Board the New Majestic Princess

April 12th, 2017

Refined, elegant, and cutting-edge—these are the characteristics of the newest addition to the Princess Cruises fleet: the Majestic Princess. The new ship is the first designed by Princess specifically for the Chinese Cruise market, a blossoming hub in global travel. As the Asia cruise industry grows at a record pace, Park West is also experiencingRead More

Working on a Cruise Ship: Heath Bristol and Tatum Holloway

March 2nd, 2017

Many of our Park West collectors develop friendships with the art teams over the course of their land or sea vacations. Here’s a chance to get to know them more as they share their favorite adventures in the art world. To auctioneers Heath Bristol and Tatum Holloway, the world of fine art seemed a worldRead More