Meet The Designers
Apart from our own in-house team at Twig New York, we absolutely love working with talented artists and being a vehicle for them to express their craft. Collaborations open up new ideas and avenues for us and we are truly blessed to have worked with such wonderful people.
Artist, designer, and ceramicist Molly Hatch began her career as a studio potter, infusing her tableware and home decor items with contemporary sensibilities and classical charm. The daughter of a painter and an organic dairy farmer, she draws from the beauty of everyday objects by imagining where each will live. A cake stand may become a marker of birthdays and celebrations. A weekend tote may see countless trips to the farmers market. Their repeated use creates a story to be treasured for generations.
With a formal education in ceramics and drawing, Molly launched her first tableware collection from her home studio in 2010. Her signature blend of 18th century aesthetics with modern whimsy quickly garnered a loyal following, launching her brand into a wide range of lifestyle products for the home. Today, Molly Hatch collections can be found through the brand's partnerships with many different gift and home goods companies. Molly works from her studio in Florence, Massachusetts, where she continues to hone her craft and make the traditional new again.
Brittany Watson Jepsen was born in California and spent a wonderful childhood creating art and making music. She studied art history and music as an undergraduate and received master's degree in interior design in Washington, DC. During school, she worked for famed designers Jonathan Adler and Celerie Kemble, as well studying at a textile program in Copenhagen, Denmark.
After she got married in 2010, she moved to Copenhagen with her husband. She honed her skills for Scandinavian folk design. Now based in Utah, she writes for her blog, The House That Lars Built, featuring DIY projects, and sells her work from her Etsy shop. She also is a Freelance writer and designer, and furthermore teaches craft workshops across the country, specifically in paper flowers.
Hayoon Kim's love for drawing and creating art began at an early age. From childhood her passion for art led her to study at an art school, eventually obtaining a doctorate in ceramic design.
Since 2006, Hayoon has been running her ceramic studio, 'Another Ceramic' in Seoul, Korea. The name 'Another' conveys her philosophy of creating ceramics that are artistic yet practical and usable. She actively exhibits her work at Art Galleries and global trade shows, and collaborates with well known boutiques and brands in Europe. She also teaches pottery to university students in Korea. Her designs are unique, one-of-a-kind pieces of art which you can use in everyday life.
Hayoon believes that her designs need to be both beautiful and practical. She wishes for these beautiful things to be used everyday and thus always pursues the design of functional items.