Just got back from Portland last night after a great experience this weekend. Both Brad from Capricorn Bicycles and I displayed work together at a holiday show. I spotted a number of my Camper Satchels from last year. Thanks PDX! You all are great! www.portlandbazaar.com
Download a copy of this Selects Magazine article Last month I was interviewed by the kind people at Selects Magazine Deutschland. This is a magazine distributed to premium American Express members within Germany. The article is a part of their outdoors section and it was great to be able to speak a little […]
Yesterday Brad and I made a quick little road trip up to Portland for the opening of a new shop called Beam & Anchor. I have a few backpacks and some lunch sacks on display. The trip began with a detour through the Hoyt Arboretum to see some trees. The trails took us through a […]
twoinchcuffs.com I am selling on a new online shop called Two Inch Cuffs. Today they debuted some amazing photos that include bot the Camper Satchel and the Commuter Bag.
Hey! One of my backpacks looks like its getting some heavy use. This was spotted at the SXSW music festival recently. It is always great to see one out in the world. Thanks to: http://www.tuckedstyle.com/
About a month ago a very nice girl named Tara purchased one of my lunch sacks. A couple of days ago she posted some quite exquisite photographs of her day at the beach and was kind enough to include some photos of her lunch sack. It is pretty rewarding as a maker to see my […]
The Daily is the #1 original tablet newspaper. It’s the first daily publication designed from scratch to take advantage of everything your tablet can do. www.thedaily.com I was pleased to be featured last month in this online newspaper. Nice graphics.
Here are some photos that were sent my way from Riccardo Rami Studio in Prato, Italy this morning. We collaborated on woolen cases to hold all of the samples for the Woolmark 2013 portfolio. These photos are from the Pitti Uomo show. Two of my cases are on display and was pleasantly surprised to see […]
Last weekend I went up to Portland for the first time since our move to be a part of a really amazing event. The Portland Bazaar was a curated show, organized by the lovely and talented Grace Bonney of Design Sponge, Matt Pierce from Wood and Faulk, and Greg Hennes from Antler and Co. It […]
Earlier this year I had the privilege of collaborating with Riccardo Rami Studio in Prato, Italy for a campaign with Woolmark. I am so honored that they have asked me back to work on their spring campaign. I am creating large carrying cases made of beautiful Italian hop sack wool. These cases are meant to […]
Last month I was honored to be contacted by Alice Marsh from the Design Museum of London to sell in their shop. They are now on display in their web shop and in the Museum. Yippie! I imagine myself as one of my packs this morning, sitting by a large glass window, overlooking […]
I was tooling around some blogs this morning (an excuse to take a break from work) and stumbled upon a photoshoot for Club Monaco. At closer inspection, I noticed that indeed it was my backpack that the model was wearing. I exclaimed “Hey, I made that!” at my computer screen. I couldn’t be more pleased […]
Today I received a much awaited package from Australia. About a month ago I was asked to ship a Camper Satchel down to the nice people at Frankie Magazine. Their new publication, Smith Journal just debuted and my pack is beautifully photographed in it. If you have access to this magazine, please pick one up. […]
This last weekend Brad and I filled up a large conversion van and headed down to Madison, Wisconsin for a bicycle show called Heartland Velo. It was indeed a success! It was a pleasure to meet so many dedicated makers and enthusiasts alike.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=za1nn4EmrPQ Last month I completed 12 woolen cases to house fabric books and samples for a Woolmark Campaign in Prato, Italy. I have had the privilege of being able to send some of my work to some of the most beautiful places in the world. I only wish that I could hand deliver them all. […]