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Love What You Do is a mini-series of moving and still images portraiting artisans and small businesses that we love and collaborate.

We are excited to continue this project featuring Robert True Ogden and Natalie Page, the creative force behind Lostine Home Goods, a design-built studio of furniture, lighting, and home accessories.  Lostine is based in Philadelphia, PA, where they design, prototype, and manufacture small batch products with a team of artisans.


Rare is the opportunity to get a glimpse inside an artist's studio to observe their process and the body of work. We are grateful to have the opportunity to document both Robert and Natalie's creative processes in each of their creative environment.

Robert and Natalie have very different approaches and styles to their own collection RTO Lighting and NPage Studio. Yet, when it comes to Lostine, each object in the showroom contains form, color, and functionality transformed by the amalgamation of style and timelessness.

Scroll down for a video of our visit to Lostine.


Lostine Home Goods Showroom Interior
RTO Yaffa SconceRobert Ogden and Natalie Page in SKU
Natalie Page and Robert Ogden of Lostine
We have always loved the infectious energy and excitement when entering a bustling production facility, seeing artisans turning in the wood workshop, torching in the welding station, milling in the metal section, casting in the ceramic room, and packing meticulously in the shipping department.

From our experience, we know running a production facility is not easy, and it was inspiring to see the Lostine team move through their workspaces with ease and grace.
Robert is a self-taught metalworking artisan and started making lights 20 years ago.  Robert and Natalie are both avid antique collectors.  In the RTO collection, Robert presents playful take on lighting when he uses found object on one-of-a-kind lamp.  SKU canvas tote in Lostine studio
Robert Ogden working on the metal milling machine
Robert Ogden wearing SKU Vintage Twill Jacket working on welding.
Robert Ogden working on Blush Sabine Ceramic Candle Holder



Still life images from Lostine Design Studio


Natalie is a celebrated ceramicist. Her hand-built clay work, best known for The Ceramic Funnel Light Series, has been featured in Elle Decor, House Beautiful, Remoelista, House and Garden, Architectural Digest, and many other publications.

Natalie focuses on elegantly simple forms and a monochromatic palette in her own work, leaving colorful interpretations when she works with Robert on Lostine.

Natalie Page working in her studio
Natalie Page's ceramic work
Natalie Page wearing vintage twill jacket in the NPage Studio
Natalie Page in SKU Vintage Twill Shirt Jacket Black and Distressed Button Fly Chino
Natalie Page Studio work in progress still life image
Natalie Page and Funnel Light in Npage Studio
Natalie Page with her newest work on ceramic tiles

See Robert's and Natalie's Outfits


Robert Ogden, Natalie Page, and David Mullen in Lostine Showroom

Thank you Lostine!




Special Thanks | Robert True Ogden & Natalie Page of

Lostine @Lostineathome 

RTO Lighting @rtolighting

NPage Studio @npagestudio

Video Director | Marina Elise @marinaelisee

Photographer | Dan McMahon @mcmahon_photo

Creative Director | David Mullen

Art Direction | Nini Hu @ SKU

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