Claudia & Harry Washington is a furniture and space design studio founded by Salvadoran couple Claudia Vasquez Washington and Harry Washington. Their creative process is grounded in their own philosophy that design is meant to connect people to their own human nature and to the essence that makes them authentically happy. www.chwashington.com.
about Mt. Washington Pottery:
Beth Katz is the creative force behind Mt. Washington Pottery, a beautiful collection of functional and decorative ceramics.
Beth makes all the work by hand and on the potter's wheel in her Los Angeles, California studio. Her work has an elegant simplicity, which marries the wabi-sabi aesthetic of traditional Japanese ceramics and the modernism of Scandinavian design. These elements are clearly visible in the fluidity of her forms and in the literal mark she leaves of her own hand: the remnant of her fingerprints at the bottom of each piece.
about Beth Katz:
I grew up in the 1970's hippie enclave of Topanga Canyon in Southern California, where I learned the art of pottery. Not realizing ceramics could be more than a hobby I continued my studies in art thinking they could lead to a career as a painter or textile designer, like many of my relatives, or I would follow in the steps of my father and become a clothing designer.
After many years and two long careers, one as a makeup artist in the advertising world and the other as a Creative Director at a top women's magazine, I decided to go to graduate school to study Spiritual Psychology, the best decision I ever made. Studying Psychology led me to the realization that it was time to make my lifelong hobby of creating pottery my primary focus.
The entire breadth of my experience continues to inspire me and influence my work each and every day. My taste and style are a reflection of the freedom of my childhood, the Southern California landscape, and the world of fashion and advertising. All the choices I have made in my life have led to this singular point in time, a time that serendipitously coincides with the resurgence of a new American Craft Movement, which I am blessed to be a part of.
Any Assembly is a delivery service and product assembly company, established in Baltimore-Washington DC area in 2004 servicing Commercial Customers and General Public. We decided to start a business that could help the handicapped, single moms, and busy people that just don't have the time or experience to do this type of work.
Guggenheim Architecture + Design Studio is a multidisciplinary creative atelier that integrates architecture, interior environments and brand direction. We've worked with a variety of local, national, and international clients in the areas of retail, hospitality, residential, medical and exhibition design. Our love for design, craft, and tailored spaces led us to establish a practice that allows our journey to be both creative and vital.
Our studio is licensed to practice Architecture in the States of Oregon, Washington, and Hawaii
Office Furniture Assemblers always provide you with the best quality office furniture assembly, installation, reconfiguration, and relocation services at a good price. We serve Washington DC, Virginia and Maryland areas. Office Furniture Assemblers happy to help move your Office Furniture from one location to another - office or storage. We have an experience with disassembly, packing, safety moving and reassemble office furniture. Its really doesn't matter what is your move - within the same office building, city or different state.
Jackson Hyland-Lipski is an activist and filmmaker from New York City. He is currently the Global Coordinator for Women's March Global and Head of Web Development for Women's March. Women's March and Women's March Global are sister organizations that formed from the Women's March on Washington, which, on January 21st, 2017 was the largest protest in US History. Globally, there were marches on all 7 continents with more than 6 million people taking part in over 600 marches worldwide. Jackson has also been the Videographer and Graphic Designer for Women's March Global since its inception.
Jackson was previously the Executive Assistant for the Alive Inside Foundation, bringing memory and identity back to elders with dementia through music and empathy. The Foundation was created by Director Michael Rossato-Bennett after winning the Sundance Film Festival Audience Award in 2014 for his film 'Alive Inside'.
In 2014, Jackson worked at Radical Media as Archival Assistant for Emmy winning and Academy Award nominated 'What Happened, Miss Simone?', a Netflix original documentary about Nina Simone that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2015. Jackson concurrently worked for the film's Producer Amy Hobby as Head of Development for Ms. Hobby's and Anne Hubbell's production company, Tangerine Entertainment, which produces films and other projects helmed by women.
Jackson Hyland-Lipski is a graduate of Northeastern University, where he received a BA in Film and Philosophy with a minor in Writing.