Heirloom works to cultivate a deeper understanding and appreciation of handmade rugs. We strive to keep this ancient tradition relevant to this generation and the next.

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ZACH ZAMAN 
Zach grew up with a great respect for the rugs and antiques that his father collected and sold. He was mesmerized by their beautiful hues and patterns and felt a sense of awe by how they were passed down and survived from generation to generation. He was intrigued by the people who wove them and would imagine how the previous owners had lived with them.  Zach has traveled near and far hunting for rugs as well as knowledge about them and is excited to share it with anyone that has interest.

In addition to an undergraduate degree from Boston University's School of Management, Zach has completed programs in Fine & Decorative Art Appraisal from Pratt Institute and Interior Design & Architectural Studies from Parsons School of Design.

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LYNN HUNTER
Lynn is the shop gardener, photographer & designer. She's been working in textiles since returning to New York from a long travel in the Far East, including Turkey & India. In addition to slingin' rugs, she teaches textile workshops at the Textile Arts Center and has a fibers studio practice focused on interlacing methods, mainly macrame and Japanese braiding techniques. 

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NATHALIE DI SCIASCIO 
Nathalie has worked at Heirloom for over a year now and meticulously keeps track of everything for us. Originally from Rome, Italy she has a B.A. in Art History from Goldsmiths, University of London and an M.F.A. in Fibers from the Savannah College of Art and Design. 

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SAM CROW
Sam just hit her one year mark working with Heirloom. She focuses on learning as much as she can about the historical and technical aspects of traditional weaving to round out her knowledge of fiber art. Outside of Heirloom, she creates contemporary hand tufted rugs that utilize natural dyes.