Caleb Siemon grew up making things with his hands, got hooked on glass in high school, and honed his craft at the Rhode Island School of Design. Caleb Siemon founded his glass studio in 1999 in Costa Mesa, California. With the help of a group of friends, which included Carmen Salazar, he transformed an old auto body shop into an artists' enclave. Caleb’s style shows the influence of his early apprenticeship in Murano italy under master Pino Signoretto, and an unabashed passion for the medium of glass . Carmen Salazar brings the influence of many streams to her work in the studio. She is a recipe that calls for equal parts concrete and pasture, glass and steel and rough-hewn beams. Together, Caleb and Carmen have developed a lighting line that upholds unique designs of the highest quality.