Prior to founding The Bungalow, Stacie Krajchir worked as a television producer for 12 years. Her experience ranges from working morning TV to producing an Emmy winning consumer and cooking show at NBC in San Francisco. In 2000 she moved to Los Angeles, as a producer at Extra where produced all the style, fashion and beauty segments as well as celebrity interviews and spend many nights on the red carpet. Stacie launched two shows for The Style Network: You're Invited a home entertaining show and Area a home design show.
Over the past years she has worked to amass a diverse portfolio of fashion, beauty, lifestyle and design press across the national and consumer board.
Chronicle Books published Stacie's first two books in 2003; she is currently working on an eco lifestyle/entertaining book. She is a contributing lifestyle/trend expert and has been featured in The Washington Post, New York Times, Smart Money Magazine, Pink, Real Simple, Maxim, Esquire and Vanity Fair magazines.
Stacie runs a working certified eco business in Los Angeles. She supports socially responsible companies and in 2007 launched the lite green project at The Bungalow. The [lite green project] encourages small businesses to take action and participate in becoming more eco conscious. Having been born and raised in Guam and Hawaii Stacie is an island girl through and though the ocean, and surf industry are close to her heart, and is reflected in the clients she chooses to work with.
Stacie is a painter, her work can be viewed here. In 2007 she launched The See and Sprout Project, a creative collective, international exchange art workshop for youth in Khao Lak Thailand affected by the 2004 Asian tsunami.