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Shannon’s journey is a bit unconventional. Going from a tv editor to a lighting designer, she has spanned the terrain from working with raw footage to raw materials – clay and wood. We think she made a smooth and successful transition. She credits her first lamp design to the friends she made in Portland one summer. When she left Portland to return to NY she felt like she was leaving her “home.” For two years, Shannon dreamed of returning to Portland and asked herself the question, “what can I make in Portland that no one else is making?” The answer? Midcentury lighting.
From that one summer in Portland many years ago, until now, Shannon fell in love with the city, and it continues to be one of her favorite places today. We dug deeper and found that another one of her faves is the Red Center of Australia. “It's such a beautiful, mystical place with sand and rocks the color of Mars.” Speaking of Mars, since her luggage got lost as she was traveling out there, she had to spend a night sleeping next to Uluru (Ayers Rock) under the Milky Way, which she said was so bright and full of stars it was hard to take your eyes off of it. Sounds too good to be true (but we believe her). Shannon is bringing it with her Made in America lighting and progressive mid-century modern design. Keep an eye on this girl.
Photos courtesy of Caravan Pacific, LLC
Shannon is a supporter of the community and the resources that make it thrive. Her goal is to create something that is functional and beautiful in a way that doesn’t deplete natural resources but rather helps nourish the local economy. It is not just about the design of the product itself, it is about the design of how the product is made. What surprised Shannon the most about all of this was that she developed a deep love and curiosity for mid-century design because of that first lamp (mentioned above). A passion that only seems to grow the more research and work she does as a designer. And since she claims to be dedicated in kind of an obsessive way, her passion is likely to surpass the norm.