My name is Emily and I grew up in a small town in Wyoming that swelled with travelers in the summer on their way to Yellowstone. I am obsessed with all things cowgirl, retro, and roadside! I collect vintage travel things, and I design and hand print modern souvenirs inspired by that tradition.
I taught myself to screen print five years ago after a trip to a vintage store in in Tucson, Arizona, where I found my first Harwood Steiger fabric. Steiger is known for his tone on tone printing inspired by the desert southwest. I was really taken with the simple, satisfying beauty of ink on fabric, as well as how he captured the essence of a place in pieces that tourists could take home with them.
I recently relocated from Central Texas to Amarillo in part so that I could live and work along Route 66. I look forward to expanding my print studio to a classic roadside souvenir shop.