March 30, 2017 – City Garage
Pictured (LtoR) Betsy O’Neill Collie, World Trade Center Institute senior director of marketing & business development; MacRae Collie, Stansberry Research member services sales consultant; and Chris Simpson, Magma Build Studios president
Pictured (LtoR) kevin Killough, The Vosay Collection senior vice president/COO; Lydia Yodie, World Trade Center Institute business development and membership manager; and Cody Dodson, Keller Williams Gateway realtor
Pictured (LtoR) Jean Blosser, Creative Strategies for Special Education president; Lorraine Jacobs, Chase Street Properties vice president; Liz Spargur, Wheaton, MD hairdresser; and Patricia Cappello, retired federal employee
Pictured (LtoR) Corynne Ostermann, Baltimore-based musician/artist; Jane Farkas, community volunteer; and Emir Cantic, Magma Build Studios administrator
Pictured (LtoR) Michael Diliberto, Creative Communications owner; Jennifer Diliberto, WJZ-TV account executive; and David Simpson, Baltimore-based filmmaker/director/director of photgraphy
Pictured (LtoR) Mike Galiazzo, Regional Manufacturing Institute president; Jeanine Turner, Turner Design Firm owner/designer; and Michael Raphael, Direct Dimensions president/chief engineer
Pictured (LtoR) Josh Barnes, Harbor Designs & Manufacturing owner; Neil Davis, Maryland Technology Development Corporation director of entrepreneurial initiatives; Nick Hammond, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science associate vice president; and Ed Mullin, SC&H Group chief technology officer
Pictured (LtoR) Pat Turner, Turner Development president; and Eric Hanson, Magma Build Studios CEO
Cocktails & Custom-Made (March 30, 2017) The eve of Baltimore’s “Light City” festival seemed the perfect time for Magma Build Studios to throw a party and open house in its new home at City Garage.
Guests perused Magma’s showroom to see many of its custom-made designs, and also were treated to glass blowing demonstrations in the studio there.