Meet the Makers: Made In Baltimore Fair

Meet the Makers: Made In Baltimore Fair

Talk about shopping Shangri-La. Cocktails and consumerism collided. And all for a good cause – supporting local folks creating cool stuff in the city.

Dozens of folks strolled the corridors of the Sagamore Pendry – cocktails in hand – to check out loads of Baltimore city-made products.

The evening also offered the opportunity to meet the local creators of things that ranged from gifts, apparel, home goods and edible goodies.

The event was a collaborative effort between Baltimore Development Corporation’s Made In Baltimore program, the Baltimore Integration Partnership, and the Port Covington Development Team.

Pictured (LtoR) Made In Baltimore colleagues: Andy Cook, director; Rachel Bone, marketing coordinator; and Keisha Ransome, business development coordinator

Pictured (LtoR) Corrine Jimenez, Twigs & Wool owner/designer/maker; and Kurt Sommer, Baltimore Integration Partnership director

Pictured (LtoR) Audrey Johnson, Kaiser Permanente regional lead for supplier diversity & economic impact; Alicia Wilson, Port Covington Development Team senior vice president of impact investments/senior legal counsel; Chanté Brown, The House of School Pride graphic designer; and Lexx Mills, Port Covington Development Team impact investment associate

Pictured (LtoR) Mariko Bennett, Coco B. Productions founder; and Jody Davis, Jody Davis Designs CEO

Pictured (LtoR) Rasheed Aziz, CityWide Youth Development director; Musaa Abdurrahman, Diamond Security director of operations; and Saudah Saleem, Saudel Saleem Interiors owner/interior designer

Pictured (LtoR) Mike Silverman, Baltimore Orioles baseball operations video scouting manager; Siddeeq Abdul, CityWide Youth Development instructor; and Alex Silverman, Profiles, Inc. account executive

Pictured (LtoR) Alvean Caple, Baltimore area RN; and Rhonda Watties, community activist

Pictured (LtoR) Buster Fellner, Maryland aircraft maintenance tech; Frances Miller, HEX Performance graphic designer; and Cecilia Grimm, SewLab USA co-owner

Pictured (LtoR) Todd Zimmerman and Michelle Zimmerman, Charm City Chocolate owners (November 2, 2018 – Sagamore Pendry Hotel)

Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.