In the Media

“This is another great example of a fun, creative and colorful business that will be a great addition to the already arts-centered community of Long Reach,” said Howard County Executive Calvin Ball.

Howard County blog profile about our move to a new studio

“I wanted to bring art to the community, bring the community together and lift everyone up to feel they matter and are worth something amazing, rather than having to stand next to a pole in the rain,” she said.

Washington Post Local profile about our bus stop improvement project

The events she puts on continue to attract large numbers of people, and there are always orders to fill. She thanks her teammates who helped her so much along the way.

Erin’s profile in the U.S. Masters Swimming magazine

Cassell’s favorite part of the business is teaching, she says, so lately she’s been spending more time hosting tie-dyeing workshops at her studio. These hands-on events are frequently more than just art classes; many become unique team building experiences for assemblages ranging from youth sports teams to employee groups.

Erin’s profile in Her Mind magazine’s Summer 2019 issue
An image of the layout for the article "Color Wheel" about Erin in Her Mind Magazine

She’s been researching tie-dye techniques for years, even flying to New Mexico and California to meet people who have been tie-dyeing for decades.

Erin’s profile in the Howard County Times (PDF version)

Check out Roll Up N Dye’s profile on Maryland Public Television (MPT):