To contact us by email, please route your inquiry accordingly:
- SHOP: with inquiries regarding the shop, email firstname.lastname@example.org
- DONATIONS: with inquiries regarding material donations, email email@example.com
- INFO: with all other inquiries, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Staff can be reached at emails of this format: [first name]@pccr.org.
Note: We can no longer be reached at @creativereusepittsburgh.org. Our new domain is @pccr.org. If you have one of our old email addresses in your Contacts, please be sure to update it. Thanks!
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Cammie is the Shop Manager and Volunteer Coordinator, and has worked at Creative Reuse for over eight years! Wow! She has a passion for all things camp and kitsch, and likes to draw, paint, and create makeshift costumes from reused materials. Cammie believes that material reuse is a way to combat the current climate crisis and also keep art-making accessible to everyone, plus it’s just, like, totally cool, dude.
Fun facts: Cammie loves watching movies (especially horror) and has a cat named Griffin who is sort of mean (but very cute.)
You can see Cammie’s art on her Instagram: @Cammmieb.
Back in 2017, Xiola was hired at Creative Reuse through her college work-study program. She returned each school year until she graduated in 2019, at which point she was hired as a shop and social media assistant! Her hobbies include drawing and journaling, so she spends a lot of time in the scrapbook and art supplies section of the shop. She also loves cats, music, and dancing with friends! Xiola understands the importance of reusing materials as a way to reduce waste, and she loves helping others do the same at Creative Reuse. Check out her illustration work at xiolajensen.com or on Instagram: @xiolathefairy.
Vivienne has worked at Creative Reuse as a Shop Assistant for 3 years. She enjoys managing anything and everything related to fabric and yarn. Her creative pursuits mainly lie with the fiber arts, so she has tried many different crafts from knitting and crochet to spinning and needle felting. She believes in avoiding waste and that any type of scrap can become art, turning yarn and fabric scraps into new funky yarns. One person’s trash can be perfectly good art material for another. You can follow her creative pursuits on Instagram: @yarnielife.
Daniel is the Materials Coordinator and has worked at Creative Reuse for eight years. He likes to create found object assemblages with Western and/or animal themes. His favorite materials come from the drawers of the card catalog (plastic animals, googly eyes, and other bits ‘n pieces). Daniel also likes to bake and recently he’s been experimenting with various flavor combinations for vegan cupcakes. He would really like to see all of us making secondhand our first choice, speaking out against injustices, adopting plant-based diets, and picking up trash we see in our neighborhood.