Lindsey Adelman and Nancy Callan began working together in Seattle in 1996 and never stopped. They continue to push each other and inspire and naturally find points of collaboration with their work.
Lighting designer Lindsey Adelman received a degree in industrial design from RISD in 1996. She worked for Resolute Lighting in Seattle, moved to New York to found the lighting company Butter with David Weeks in 2000, and created her own studio in 2006.
Glass artist Nancy Callan learned from Lino Tagliapietra at the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts and from John Brekke at the The Studio in Corning, NY. She made a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA.
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