Nikki Paige and the creative spirit of an artist-entrepreneur

“The name Chad Kenzie came from a story I wrote when I was an undergrad. The name means “defender of the bright ones” which speaks to our mission. We want to put a mirror in the faces of people who see the art we make.”

  1. Never stop learning.
  2. Allow your vision to evolve.

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