Bronson van Wyck
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Bronson van Wyck
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|Citizenship||United States of America|
|Alma mater||Yale College|
|Organization||Van Wyck & Van Wyck|
|Relatives||Mimi van Wyck (sister)|
Bronson van Wyck is an American event producer and author based in New York City.  He has planned events throughout the United States and in other countries, including the United Kingdom, Mexico, Italy, Germany, France, The Bahamas, the French West Indies, Monaco, and Canada. 
Bronson van Wyck’s work is frequently covered by the media. Departures Magazine calls him “the best party planner in the country.” Town & Country describes him as “the Rolls Royce of party planners,” and Vogue Magazine calls him “the Wizard of Oz . . . of party planning.” (His clients have included Beyoncé, Madonna, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Sean “P. Diddy” Combs).
Bronson van Wyck graduated from Yale College in 1995. He founded the event production company, Van Wyck & Van Wyck, in 1999, with his mother Mary Lynn, whose own 1969 wedding was included in Town & Country’s 100 Best Weddings of the 20th Century. His sister, Mimi, later joined the company. Mary Lynn van Wyck and Mimi van Wyck run the company’s offices in Arkansas and South Carolina, respectively.
Van Wyck has planned events for Presidents Clinton, Bush, and Obama. He served as the director of events for the Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles in 2000. He was subsequently the creative director for President George W. Bush’s inaugural committee in 2001.
In 2016, van Wyck founded a sister company, Workshop, focused on corporate events, immersive brand experiences, and content creation. Workshop’s initial clients included Chanel, Cartier, Dior, Tiffany & Co., Samsung, Hearst Corporation, Jaguar-Land Rover, and Starwood.
Bronson van Wyck is a director of the Van Wyck Estate, a charitable fund administered by the Community Foundation of New Jersey. He serves on the boards of the Apollo Theater and the Friends of the High Line. He was formerly a trustee of the East Harlem School. He has planned charity events for these organizations (as well as the Boys Club, Central Park Conservancy, Lincoln Center, Communities in Schools, Edible Schoolyard, Melanoma Research Foundation, LOVE Heals, and the Whitney Museum of American Art). For three years, he has produced the Save Venice Ball,  which during that time has become known as the “Junior Met Ball.” 
In late 2019, the publisher Phaidon released BORN TO PARTY, FORCED TO WORK: 21st Century Hospitality, van Wyck’s first book. As of April 2020, the book is on its second printing. Bronson van Wyck is a contributing editor at ELLE Décor and was formerly the special projects editor of Architectural Digest.
In the media
- Bronson van Wyck on Instagram
- INTERVIEW: Bronson van Wyck: 'How did I get into this? I had no other marketable skills outside of the bedroom!'
- Inside Bronson Van Wyck's Gorgeous Manhattan Loft
- Bronson van Wyck Shares His Secrets To Throwing A ... - Forbes
- Bronson van Wyck Bio, latest news and articles | Architectural digest
- Bronson van Wyck Celebrated His New Book With a Cocktail
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