Cameron Stern has worked as a theatrical technician and designer on tour and off-Broadway. He studied Sound Tech and Design at Ithaca College but left school early to jump right into a life on tour. He's also a professionally trained pastry chef, a proud dad, and the lead robot wrangler in the Stern's studio. "When you're in a museum," Cameron says, "you can look at things and interact visually. We like to create something that can take that same feeling of awe and wonderment and curiosity and allow it to be something you can wear."
Brooklyn native Rebecca Stern holds a BFA with Honors in Jewelry from the Pratt Institute. In addition to her prowess in the studio, Rebecca makes the world her classroom and has taught jewelry and cartooning at the 92nd Street Y, gardening to kindergarteners, and even emergency craft support at kid’s birthday parties.
Rebecca, Cameron, and their crew take the controlled chaos of their eclectic New York studio and use it to coalesce old and new techniques with ideas, obsessions, and inspirations to create idiosyncratic work that resonates with a wide audience. "Cameron and I collaborate on everything," says Rebecca. "We probably collaborated the moment we started dating. We just had this language about making that we both understood."