Born and raised in the South, designer Laurel Hill was a jewelry-maker from the beginning. After spending countless hours sorting through antique beads with her mom, she found her calling in metalworking classes at UGA in Athens, Georgia. After packing the family into a converted school bus and moving across the country, she now lives and works in Montana and finds endless inspiration in the surrounding landscape. When she’s not in the studio, she’s likely running the local trails, eating jalapeno pizza with her husband, or tending to two cats, one dog, and three chickens.
- John Charles Weston
- Amine J. Hachem