Kim Harris, a Maine native is an artist at heart. She grew up surrounded by all different types of art & design. Her mother taught her at an early age how to sew and design clothing, from there it was onto painting, crafting and the art of restoring anything vintage. Her father on the other hand wanted her to know everything about building and customizing cars, bikes or anything else with wheels. After attending college, she relocated to Boston and started a series of professional relationships with a number of notable organizations, galleries and event planners. Recently, Kim has been doing consulting work specializing in apparel design, production and artist representation. (kimberly.harris@yahoo.com)

Iris Robert, started cooking when she was 7, and continued in her father’s footsteps as the chef de cuisine at Petit Robert Bistro up until this past fall. In August, Iris headed to New York to work for the one and only Per Se. If Iris isn’t chopping it up in the kitchen then she’s probably shredding it up at the skate-park or on the mountain or trying to shove her camera in your face. (iris.robert@gmail.com)

Cassy Lee, one of the few that actually grew up in the heart of Boston! During her senior year in high school she started working at LAB as an intern and since then she has gone into the field of graphic design, currently obtaining her BFA at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. When she’s not on campus at her classes, she’s probably back in Boston, roaming the city and enjoying the nightlife with good company. Find her at the local spots in town, & if you do- say hi! (clee3@umassd.edu)

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