Daniel’ background includes years of culinary experience; he can offer Red Flower guests a glass-blowing adventure and "five-course meals cooked on or with hot molten glass with Chef Adam Walker.” Guests are involved every step of the way.

Realtor Jeremy recalls a seismic shift in his outlook following a ten-day silent meditation retreat in 2015. "I started interacting with the world from a different perspective," he avers. Meeting Daniel at about the same time, Jeremy continued in real estate while evolving toward their art business partnership. With a successful Park City Studio, the pair opened a 5,000-square-foot space in Salt Lake last fall.

Duluth-born Daniel loves Utah’s outdoors, "skiing and snowboarding, and doing 'Paddle Tuesdays' on the water with friends," he says. The desert's vast aridity “terrified me,” he recalls, “but finding water in obscure places and seeing how no one takes it for granted opened my eyes.”

For Jeremy, the blue skies call. “I spend a lot of time in the clouds, chasing birds in my paraglider," he smiles. 

Today, these Chamber partners are poised for growth, their approach reflected in Jeremy's studio philosophy. "It's all about the journey,” he smiles, “because you never know what the end product will be."