Meet our authors
Learn more about the creative voices and visionaries behind Paige Tate & Co.’s family of beautiful, functional books.
Sarah lives in Seattle, WA on her urban farm, where she loves to garden and spend time with her family. She loves Jesus, exploring new places, and enjoys anything that includes the sea, friends, and food. Find her on Instagram: @themintgardener
Courtney and her husband founded Auburn Community Church in Auburn, AL back in 2015. As their church grew, Courtney wanted to find a way to connect with more women, so she started her blog, ‘Pastor Wife Life’. Find her on Instagram: @courtneyfidell
Tabitha Paige is an award-winning artist and owner of Fox Hollow Studios. She’s based in Fort Worth, TX. Fun fact! Before Tabitha started her art business (and joined the Paige Tate & Co team), she was a speech pathologist. Find her on Instagram: @foxhollowstudios
Jenessa is a hand-lettering artist who believes that encouragement and truth have the power to change the way we live. She started her hand-lettering journey in 2015 as a hobby and it quickly turned into a thriving and successful online business selling art prints, journals, and home decor. Find her on Instagram: @jenessawait
Wendy is an Aussie modern quilter and designer based in New York City. She is the owner behind The Weekend Quilter and co-host behind the podcast, Quilt Buzz. Find her on Instagram: @the.weekendquilter
Korie is the founder behind the Korie Herold brand. She has a background in graphic design, interior design, photography, and she loves all things watercolor. Korie believes in the power of storytelling, making memories, and keeping memories. Find her on Instagram: @korieherold
Jordan Lee Dooley
Jordan Lee is the founder behind Jordan Lee Media. Her mission is to help women priortize their health and well-being as they build their dream. Jordan encourages women through her podcast and other online resources. Find her on Instagram: @jordanleedooley
Alli is based in Dallas, TX, and is the founder behind Alli K Designs. Alli creates custom murals for businesses around the US and has collaborated with brands such as LuluLemon, Kacey Musgraves, and Kendra Scott. Find her on Instragram: @allikdesign
Shannon is a chalk artist and the founder behind The White Lime. She started drawing in her free time while raising her kids, and her business became a quick success. Her chalk art can be found in stores such as Home Goods, Hobby Lobby, Hallmark, and Khol’s. Find her on Instagram: @shannonroberts19
Ilana is the co-owner of Good Type—an online platform providing resources, e-courses, and a community for creatives. Illana is based in Rochester, NY, and is passionate about helping creatives turn their passions into full-time businesses. Find her on Instagram: @ilanagriffo
Amanda specializes in bohemian weddings, events, and interior design. Amanda lives in Denver, Colorado with her family. Find her on Instagram: @amanda.g.bernardi
After struggling with infertility for years, Hilary’s mission
in life is to speak truth, share her story of adoption and motherhood, and inspire others to follow God’s calling. Hillary, her husband, and their 3 kids (Lakelyn, Trice, and Violet) all reside in Nashville, TN. Find her on Instagram: @hillaryfroning
Lauren started her business, A Menagerie of Stitches, in 2015 where she sells finished amigurumi, as well as crochet patterns. She is a self-taught crocheter and also loves knitting and embroidery. Find her on Instagram: @amenagerieofstitches
Amanda is the quilter, designer, and writer behind Broadcloth Studio as well as the co-host of the Quilt Buzz podcast. A New Englander who now calls New York home, Amanda has been quilting since middle school and sewing since forever. In 2017 she founded Broadcloth Studio as a collection of bold and modern quilt patterns. She received her BA and MBA from Dartmouth College. Find her on Instagram:@broadclothstudios
Nikki Boyd is a wife and mother of three amazing kids. A long-time military spouse, her husband’s career in the Air Force meant that their family traveled extensively. The experience of moving and setting up a house many times over gave Nikki the opportunity to hone her organizational skills, and she developed dozens of tips and tricks throughout the years. Nikki runs her own professional organization firm, At Home with Nikki, and helps people to create beautifully organized spaces within their home and work environments.
Sophie Cliff is a certified coach and positive psychology practitioner who uses her expertise to help individuals and organizations flourish by finding more joy and prioritizing well-being. Early in her career, Cliff scaled the corporate ranks at companies like the Walt Disney Company and venture-backed start-ups. But while on paper her life seemed perfect, she couldn't fight the feeling that something was missing. In 2018, she started The Joyful Coach, a business helping individuals and companies find purpose and joy. Now through her coaching, workshops, and chart-topping podcast (Practical Positivity), Cliff helps people all over the world lead more joyful lives.
Ría Safford is a Cuban-American mom of three. She is the founder and CEO of RiOrganize, a company offering full-service organization, design, and space planning to families across the US. Ría has organized spaces for A-list clients like Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Ciara, and Jen Atkin and for everyday families who are desperate for more streamlined systems in their homes. Ria’s own organization journey began when she became a new mom and felt overwhelmed by all the mess accumulating in her house. She set out to help families everywhere reduce stress and create routine-ready spaces that would make managing life with little ones easier.
Elizabeth Gray (@thegraytergood) is recognized for her black-and-white work and modern sense of style. In 2017, she took a leap of faith and left her culinary day job to be a freelance letterer, despite being self-taught and having no background in professional design. Since then, she has managed to build a successful Etsy shop, grow a huge social media following, land multiple interviews in print and online, partner with companies to illustrate product packaging and work with brands such as Dyson, Sharpie, USA Network, Archer + Olive, and TikTok.
Libby Moore is the embroidery artist behind Thread Folk, with a thriving Etsy shop and Instagram following. Libby started by embroidering portraits and now creates her own unique patterns. She lives with her husband and four boys on the Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia.
Teresa Carter lives in New York City with her husband. She is the founder and creator of DeBrosse, a full-service knitwear brand. Her designs have been featured by Martha Stewart, West Elm, House Beautiful, and more. Teresa leads a Masterclass, empowering other makers to build careers in the crochet and knit industry. She also travels to Haiti each year in support of orphaned children, investing a portion of all DeBrosse proceeds in partner orphanages.