Erica Udoff makes Cellmates just in case she’s not the only one who forgets where she puts her phone down and likes to take it to all sorts of places without a purse. Like on dog walks, to the farmers market, to a fancy party or wedding, out in the yard, to the basement or the attic for just a minute.
And when she truly believes she’s heading off to exercise in leggings without pockets–which is how it all got started. It’s up to you when you want a break from your phone. But it’s still nice to have it with you when you want it.
An ex-New Yorker, she attended St Johns College (the Great Books one), Wesleyan University, NYU, MassArt and School of Visual Arts. She’s taught at SCSU, public schools in CT, Greene St Art Center and the Eli Whitney Museum. She’s been Director of Creative Services at the Peabody Essex Museum in MA and Designer at several NY firms besides her own. She’s always designing or inventing something.
Erica juggles making Cellmates with graphic design, marketing and construction projects, woodworking, teaching, traveling and learning new things. She is proof that Philosophy majors can have a creative and meaningful life while still working on life’s eternal questions.