Despite growing up with dreams of being a beach volleyball player (with a sand court in the backyard), Tandie Mast ended up following in her father’s footsteps by getting into landscape design. But after the housing crash in the late 2000s, it was time to fully pursue her “hobby” as an artist.
It began with selling photography prints, and has evolved into her line of handmade interiors. She’s still playing with the study of space, as she did in her work as a landscape designer — that is, when she’s not looking after her two toddlers. These days, she has plenty to marvel at, from the laughter of her kids to the satisfaction her customers gain from her hard work.