Welcome to Serendipity Studios!
We are a community of creatives, entrepreneurs, makers, movers, and shakers.
Our mission is to build a network of support through group meetings and workshops so you can thrive in whatever you do and find your serendipity.
Our happy little space was founded as a creative collective by Meg Brown and Patti King Slavtcheff. We loved the conversations shared with visiting artists and entrepreneurs who came through our bright blue door and had the realization that there are people like us looking for a community. A place to network and learn.
Serendipity Studios continues to be a working space for us, but we have expanded to welcome others to co-work nomadically, teach classes, take classes, or join one of our monthly support groups. Find your Serendipity at Studio 18.
It started with an elementary school short story and a trip to the Grand Canyon. I’ve been capturing the world ever since!
I opened my first unofficial business at age 11 with a flock of chickens and an adorable sales pitch. Since Megg’s Eggs I discovered that I love helping small businesses reach their potential through effective marketing, engaging design, and captivating photography. Check me out at Miss MegaBug (formerly MegaBug Photography and Nutmeg Media).
When I’m not working, I enjoys outdoorsy things, sipping tea, and road trips in my VW Bug. I live in an adorable yellow house on 5.5 acres named Mellow Meadows with my husband, Shelby, and our two meows, Guinevere & Lancelot, along with plenty of plants and a family of turkeys that gobbles by every so often.
Patti King Slavtcheff
It started with crayons and construction paper. Cutting, coloring, and experimenting. I've always loved to figure things out. To understand what makes things tick. And of course, to make it beautiful - a pleasure to look at and a joy to use.
What started as child's play, would last me a lifetime. Who knew?
I redirected my career path when my kids were young, attending Rhode Island College towards a BFA in painting while raising my family and working nights. Exhibiting my watercolors at shows throughout New England, I eventually encountered product design in 1994 - at Burnes of Boston. It opened up a joyful future of infinite possibilities. Product Design is a field I didn't even know existed until then. I've never looked back.