Get to Know Us
Using the built environment as a point of departure, Studio WAC focuses on issues facing art, architecture, and design. Seasonal publications like Tempor, its photography collections, objects, and overall creative practice, aid in the dissemination of ideas and encourage dialogue about current topics.
Founded in 2007, Studio WAC is a creative partnership between Scott Cartwright and Jenny Lynn Weitz Amaré-Cartwright, through which they incorporate their protean skill-sets into projects that range from branding, graphics and web design, to photography, video production, and industrial fabrication.
Scott is a native Texan. He was born in The Woodlands (a Houston suburb), and Jenny Lynn was born in Caracas and raised in Puerto La Cruz (a coastal town in Venezuela). They met in Boston while attending The School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University, and they now live and work in the museum district, just south of downtown Houston.
For the past ten years, the duo has been involved in the Houston arts community, from conducting insightful interviews for the Rice Design Alliance to curating innovative design-focused events at Lawndale Art Center and the Houston Foundry. Their collaborations with the University of Houston and the countless artists and creative people they have met through the American Institute of Graphic Artists, Fresh Arts, Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, and Houston Community College, keep them inspired.
With a wealth of knowledge in the creative field, Studio WAC is capable of producing photography, video, and graphic design projects for clients of all backgrounds and sizes. After building and conducting research for Obus Lofts, Furniture Sale on North Freeway, and Rebuilding San Francisco in the Form of a Cone, the duo recently shifted their practice to produce digital and printed content, including long-form writing, photography, and publication design.