Studio spaces on the 4th floor host the following creatives:

SUMMER ELLIS Bijouterie™

Established in 1999, Canadian designer & Baylor Alumnus Summer Ellis has been designing and selling her jewelry across the US and Canada with her main studio located here in Waco, TX. Along with her team, Summer is looking forward to head quartering at Anthem Studios. See the collection here or email us at

LARK&LILY™ Paperie

Lark & Lily Paperie produces original stationary – whimsical and folk inspired designs. L&L Paperie also works with brides to offer once in a lifetime custom designs for bridal stationary, stamps, and more. for more information.


Screen-writer, independent film-maker.


As a spiritual director Jenn helps women find God and cultivate deeper faith, sometimes uncovering new paths and sometimes walking more faithfully down the same path they’ve been on for years. She helps you find and develop spiritual practices that help you become more connected. She firmly believes you don’t have to live in a cloister to have the relationship with God you’re hungry for. She works together with each lovely client to get her vision clarified, her message heard, and her gifts shared—joyfully.


Week of Plenty is about simplifying the way you eat so you can feel and look your best. We already design so many other aspects of our daily lives—our homes, our wardrobes, even our faces and bodies. We always think of designs as functional structures that make it easier to experience beautiful things. She think the same is true with food. If you design a way of eating that works for your body, you make space to find a lot more joy in the process. She started Week of Plenty to give readers like you the tools to enjoy simple, delicious plant-based meals that make you feel (and look!) amazing.


Kate Perry is a graphic designer and painter, who uses both acrylic and watercolor paints. However, her specialization is in watercolor. She focuses on creating beautiful note cards for any occasion. Her cards range from basic note cards to scripture cards to birthday cards to special event cards. Her inspiration for art comes from God and his calling on her life. He reawakened her passion for it in college and after graduating college with an art minor, she began designing cards in order to raise money for her an her husband to go on a mission trip. This continues to be their main means of income for the outreaches God continues to call them on to proclaim the name of Jesus all over the world. Visit for more information


This Dallasite turned proud Wacoan thoroughly enjoys life here in Central TX, as a recent Baylor graduate with a Bachelor of FIne Arts. Her concentration was in Painting with a special interest in Printmaking, and is heavily influenced by nature, American literature & poetry, history, and adventure. Visit for more information.


Aaron Konzelman uses leather in a variety of ways, creating wallets, purses, bracelets, earrings, necklaces and even Mason jar holders. Each piece is sewn with waxed nylon cord and tanned and finished by hand. Konzelman’s design prototypes can end up being the only product of their kind in existence. This makes much of what he sells artistically unique. His goal is to create quality handmade products that will last. Everything he makes is made entirely by hand start to finish. Visit for more information.


Lindsey Burnett is a Central Texas based photographer. She specializes in portraits, engagements, weddings and family photography. Visit for more information.


Stefan paints internal psychological/spiritual landscapes. He grew up on the North Oregon Coast where the verdant mountains drop into the white-capped surf. Epic landscape is in his blood. Visit for more information.


Art student at Baylor University.


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