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april, 2019

You can find C/HILL products in three maine stores.

West Elm - located in Portland. This relationship started a year ago but it’s still prospering! You can find a variety of plant hangers.

DayTrip Society - located in Kennebunkport. You can find wall hangings and earrings PLUS a window display designer specifically for them. (pictured below)

Tusk - located in Belfast. You can find a variety of plant hangers, wall hangings and baby teethers.

 

march, 2019

first time model.

I modeled (for the first time ever) for my lovely friend, Amanda Cimino, owner of Cimino Ceramics. She creates these AMAZING boob mugs and planters and this was for her newest collection - pieces I fully support but ALSO accent my designs perfectly - it was an honor to be apart of this shoot. Modeled with my lady, Annie Meub. Photographed by the incredible Abby Lou. Three amazing women you should get to know.

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february 8, 2019

tops’l farm styled shoot.

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janruary 5, 2019

parker mountain lodge styled shoot.

 

december 22, 2018

my first workshop was a huge success.

DayTrip Society (a store located in Kennebunkport, Maine) hired me to teach them how to make a small version of my “Sunny Side of Things” wall hanging as their “Holiday Party.” It was a group of about 23 people and I managed to teach them a pretty intricate design—and everyone had fun doing it!

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november 24, 2018

featured in old port magazine.

I was featured in Old Port Magazine for their Holiday Gift Guide—a guide of 153 GREAT Maine makers and stores gift ideas for the season. Shop local! The first time my piece was published in a magazine.

 

OCTOBER 14, 2018

c/hill donates to a good cause.

I donated three pieces to the Portland Yard Sale—a community shop-for-cause featuring goods from Maine-based stores, artisans and restaurants. 100% of the proceeds went towards reuniting families that have been separated at the border through the organization RAICES.

 

december 31, 2017

my first pop-up shop was a success.

My first pop-up was at West Elm in downtown Portland, ME. It was a success! The first real moment where I was able to get my name out there in the public besides using social media or word of mouth to get my products in front of others.