Amy Pence-Brown is a radical homemaker, writer, artist, and art and architectural historian in Boise, Idaho. She is a native Idahoan who received her undergraduate degrees from the University of Idaho, and her master's in art history from the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Pence-Brown writes for the Boise Weekly newspaper, Treasure Valley Family magazine, and her blog Doin’ It All, Idaho Style. She serves on the History Committee and as a Historic Preservation Commissioner for the City of Boise. Additionally, she is a member of Preservation Idaho, where she is Chair of Idaho Modern, a group working to preserve Idaho’s mid-century structures. She loves taco trucks, bluegrass music, polka dots, and her Snuggie.
Kristin Montgomery is an Interior Designer, crafter, and art enthusiast who has grown up in the Treasure Valley. She attended the University of Idaho where she received a degree in Interior Design with a minor in Architecture. Kristin uses her blog Inspired Designer as an outlet to share her design expertise, including her favorite products, art, and design ideas. She has served as a Chair for the Interior Designers of Idaho; Chair Affair (a furniture design competition) from 2008-10. She loves to visit new places, make floral arrangements, plan parties, and discover new music.
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