ALEXANDRA FAIRWEATHER, co-founder of Ivy Untapped, has been exposed to art and culture her entire life. Literally growing up sleeping and playing in art, Alexandra interacted with many of the principal artists of the 20th and 21st century. Alexandra has directed documentaries on human rights, ecotourism, and the arts. Her films have been screened at Art Southampton, a premiere International Art Fair (Southampton, NY), Karsten Greve Gallery (Paris, France), Pace Wildenstein Gallery (New York, NY), Chinati Foundation (Marfa, TX), and the Guild Hall Film Festival (East Hampton, NY). "HEAARTBEAT," her most recent project, debuted at the Guggenheim during the John Chamberlain exhibit, Choices.
Alexandra is the co-founder and publisher of Fairweather Magazine, an internationally distributed print and digital luxury lifestyle magazine that passionately curates the best in art, design, travel, fashion, philanthropy and culture.
Alexandra is also very excited to announce the launch of her new organic beverage line, Hottie Tottie, launching this summer, throughout the Hamptons and Manhattan.
Community is also a significant part of Alexandra's life. She is very passionate about the Chamberlain/Fairweather Scholarship Fund, a scholarship she founded in 2006 affiliated with the Ross School in East Hampton, NY as well as the Chamberlain Watermill Center Residency Fund, a fund she started in 2012 to benefit artists at the Watermill Center in Watermill, NY.
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ERIC GOODMAN, co-founder of Ivy Untapped, has spent the last few years on Wall Street after graduating Columbia University, formerly as a proprietary trader and more recently in M&A advisory at a premiere global investment bank. Having worked on some of the largest transactions in the financial institutions sector post-financial crisis, Eric moved on to further develop his investor skill set in his current role at a prominent New York-based hedge fund.
When not investing, Eric also maintains a love for music and the performing arts. As a classically trained pianist since age 8, Eric has performed in concerts throughout New York City with leading musicians from The Julliard School and Columbia University. His love for music has not only continued to grow, but has also translated into an appreciation for contemporary art and theater.
Eric is the co-founder and publisher of Fairweather Magazine, an internationally distributed print and digital luxury lifestyle magazine that passionately curates the best in art, design, travel, fashion, philanthropy and culture.
Eric is also very passionate about giving back to his community. Over the last several years, he has volunteered for Habitat for Humanity, where he rebuilt homes in New Orleans following the devastation left behind by Hurricane Katrina. Other community endeavors include serving on the Parrish Museum After Ten Committee, donating time at New York City Homeless Shelters as well as guiding tours at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
As two columbia university graduates, Alexandra and Eric are excited to launch Ivy Untapped.