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Teaming up with others can improve your designs, help manage your time better and open up new business opportunities. Don’t believe us? Meet designer Kiel Mead of the American Design Club (AmDC) and Michelle Inciarrano and Katy Maslow of Twig Terrariums at our next panel discussion about the benefits of business partners and collaborating communities.
Stay after the panel for free beer from Brooklyn Brewery, Dark Horse wine, and a chance to meet other creative professionals. Also, influence the future of UncommonGoods by helping us pick the community winner of our Woodworking Design Challenge!
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Michelle Inciarrano | Twig Terrariums
Michelle Inciarrano is a native Brooklynite, avid reader and writer, and passionate businesswoman. She lives with a big brown bunny rabbit named Harley in Sheepshead Bay, and has been a lover of nature from early on. Her fascination with botany began early in childhood, but landscaping miniature worlds is inspired by the artisan within. Her other passions include photography, music, yoga, science news, charitable works, and answering a plethora of emails during her bouts of insomnia. Nowadays, most of her time is spent happily creating small green worlds with Katy in Twig’s Gowanus studio.
Katy Maslow | Twig Terrariums
Katy Maslow is a born and bred Brooklynite and received her BFA in Creative Writing from Brooklyn College. Her poetry and photography have appeared in a smattering of journals, but nowadays her time is spent running a thriving small business and miniscaping tiny worlds with her pal Michelle in Twig’s Gowanus studio. She currently resides in a forgotten corner of Brooklyn with her two cats, Herman and Roscoe, and is an avid reader, writer, and collector of strange, homeless, useless objects. When not hard at work or play, you can find her roadtripping, whistling songs to the birds, or Googling useless information.
Kiel Mead | AmDC
Kiel Mead is a New York City designer, creating and consulting are his areas of expertise. Reinterpret nostalgic everyday objects in clever ways is the basis of his studio. Kiel is a founding member and the driving force behind the American Design Club.
Gaby Dolceamore, moderator | UncommonGoods
Gaby Dolceamore is the Community Outreach Coordinator at UncommonGoods growing their design community through events, design challenges and social media. In 2011, she tapped into her online network to win a gig as the Levi's Girl, a social media spokesperson position. She struggles with updates that exceed 140 characters, but will finish this bio regardless. On the weekends she is building her own online community of crafters and bakers through her personal blog, Paperplanes & Maryjanes. Her other passions include singing, ukulele, singing along with her ukulele, history, root beer floats and spinning.
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