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Orange County 05.08.2018

Jaime Komer

I came into the health and wellness field by way of professional sports. I lived and breathed water polo from high school to college at UCLA, to living in Australia and playing out there, and finally with the U.S. Women’s National Water Polo Team. Read more>>

Sel Thomson

I was born in Japan and grew up in England. I’ve always wanted to have a creative career of some kind. At university, I studied graphic design and multimedia. In 2003, I met my husband from Orange County, California, and two years later we married and moved to California. Read more>>

Kristyn von Rotz

Fourteen years ago, we found out we were pregnant with a baby boy. It was out first child, and we couldn’t have been happier. At at regular checkup, we learned out son had a fatal brain abnormality and had no chance of survival. On July 8, 2004, in the same breath we said hello, we also said goodbye to Joseph Thomas von Rotz, our firstborn son. Read more>>

Jacob Almaraz

When I was finished playing pro baseball I wanted to continue my career in the sports world I wanted to stay close to the game. So in 2014 I started Grind Time Facilities and never looked back I also wanted to continue my education as I left school after 2 years to play baseball in Florida and other parts of the country. Read more>>

David Everett

As far back as I can remember, I always had to have my hands in something – whether it was “Play-Doh” or finger paints, I have always had a need to create. Over the years I’ve worked in many different mediums, including watercolors, acrylics, quilt making and soft sculpture. Read more>>

Robin Griffin

One day in 2015, my husband , Bryan, was bored. He went outside to tinker around and welded up a little man made of nuts and bolts. I joined him and found pieces for a nuts and bolts lady and he welded them for me, then he made a dog to go with them. Read more>>

Marissa Suto

It sounds cliché, but I’ve loved art and I’ve wanted to create art for as long as I can remember. I have my mother to thank for that because when my sister and I were growing up, she would always take us to different museums and art events. She even spent a few years working at the Brooks Museum in Tennessee, and my sister and I would spend hours exploring the exhibits, or doing art projects with the education department. Read more>>

Ivy Carnegie

My husband and I have been together since high school. I was diagnosed with Crohns disease at 16, when we were first dating. My journey to find health and wellness was never ending, or so it seemed. I discovered juicing in 2010 and fell in love, as did my husband, which how it made me feel. Read more>>

Bama Mattson

My best friend, Amanda, has severe wanderlust – on one of her tours around the world she spotted a towel that folded up with a strap. She suggested bringing the towel stateside and creating our own version. The idea sparked a vision within me of a carryall that doubles as a blanket. Read more>>

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