Nick has been making things (or taking them apart) for as long as he can remember. Path and Oak came into being in the latter half of 2018 after Nick spent a long stint designing and coding health apps. Making software that helped people was rewarding but he started to feel the call once again to do something more hands more, more tangible. Nick had seen laser cut art online and was captivated by it; Yosemite 1868 was his first design and to this day remains a top seller.
As Path and Oak has grown, the operation has moved into its own dedicated workshop.
Christopher is a career artist with extensive experience in illustration, visual development, design, art direction, music, and education.
Working with Path and Oak represented an opportunity to explore new challenges in a medium that has many technical facets and constraints.