Ed Schlossberg Net Worth
Edwin Arthur Schlossberg has an estimated net worth of between $1 and $8 Million dollars. He is an American designer, author, and businessman specializing in interactive experiences for museums and other institutions. His primary source of income comes from designing immersive experiences which encourage interaction and discovery – something for which he has been practicing over four decades to great success and garnered many accolades from colleagues in this field.
He has also been active in cultural heritage projects as part of charity work, using technology, storytelling and design to increase understanding. By using cutting-edge tech such as touchscreens and augmented reality in his projects, such as for Terrell Place Media Experience in Brooklyn or Barclays Center Brooklyn. Clients include National Museum of the American Indian, Ellis Island-American Family Immigration History Center (New York), Reuters Spectacular in San Francisco or World Trade Center kiosks.
He established ESI Design in New York City in 1977. This multidisciplinary design studio is best known for creating engaging experiences at museums and other institutions, such as Cleveland’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame – however his plans for that project attracted much media coverage but ultimately were altered as opposed to taking his advice.
He and Caroline Kennedy, daughter of former U.S. President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis, have three children – Rose Kennedy Schlossberg, Tatiana Celia Kennedy Schlossberg and John Bouvier Kennedy Schlossberg. He and Caroline have been in a relationship since 1986 and Caroline often refers to her daughter Rose as looking similar to her grandmother Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis.
Tatiana, their youngest child and third daughter of five children, is a journalist and writer. Born and raised in New York City where she attended Brearley and Trinity schools before going on to Yale for an MA in History degree. Since graduating she has written for The New York Times Science Section as well as being an adjunct professor of Journalism at Columbia University.
Despite her high profile upbringing, she has managed to remain grounded and maintain her sense of humor. Her most notable writings thus far include essays for The New York Times’s morning column ‘New York Today,’ which have been lauded for their wit and relevance. She has written for The New York Times’ Metro section and previously served as arts and entertainment reporter at New Jersey’s Bergen Record. Additionally, she has published multiple books, been a frequent guest on radio shows, podcasts, as well as regularly covering pop and classical music on her blog, fashion and beauty on Instagram, radio shows etc. She has an avid following both professionally and personally on social media, having amassed several popular accounts across various social media platforms.