The Tenants


ACES North America

Studio 7-314
contact: Linell Stabler
(t) 570.419.1218

ACES (Advancing Communities by Educating and Serving), is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that works tirelessly to improve the lives of impoverished people in the Dominican Republic. Our vision is that people and communities who have limited resources will have the opportunities to improve their quality of life through efforts such as education, health initiatives, and entrepreneurial programs. We believe that this will positively impact neighboring communities, nations, and the world. We will strive for that vision with sensitivity to each culture and with a determined respect for human dignity. One of the specialties of ACES North America is connecting American skills, talent, resources, and manpower with the social and economic needs in the Dominican Republic.  Let us know if you are interested in participating in that exchange!

Chad Andrews

Studio 7-250
contact: Chad Andrews

Painting studio.


Madelin Beattie

Madelin is a visual artist working in various mediums. Focusing mainly on printmaking and sculpture, Madelin utilizes a process-driven approach which includes alternative materials as well as traditional techniques.

Lynne M. Becker

Studio 7-254
contact: Lynne M. Becker
(t) 570.326.1212

Encaustic art and alternative photographic processes.

becker.s photography

Studio 9-211/12
contact: Lynne Becker
(t) 570.326.1212

Portrait and Fine Art photography. High School Senior Portraits with an eclectic blend of fashion-inspired and edgy-traditional imagery, Family Portraits with a timeless elegance. Fine art photography using old and new techniques. We are available by appointment for consultations and photo shoots.

Dan Berberich

Studio 7-247N
contact: Dan Berberich

Realist artist specializing in figure and portraiture work in both graphite and oil paint. Available for custom work and private drawing lessons. Contact via email for more information.

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Rita & Steve Bower

Studio 7-248
contact: Steven Bower
(t) 412.526.8039
contact: Rita Bower

Steve Bower is a professional artist painting in watercolor, acrylic, and mixed media—and teaches adult classes in all water-based media. Rita Bower is an art educator and artist working in a variety of media, including acrylic, pastel, mixed media and water-based arts. Rita also teaches art classes for all ages.

Brusque Babe

Studio 7-240

Brusque Babe is a creator of zines, wearables and other supplies with an off-beat, artsy, feminist bent for self-possessed babes.


Camden Thomas, Joiners & Cabinetmakers

Studio 4-101
contact: Kenneth Nuttle
(t) 843.729.1807

Specializing in 17th, 18th, and 19th century reproduction furniture and accessories, restoration and conservation of antique furniture and accessories, and reproduction and restoration of doors and windows for historic homes.

Clear Sphere

Studio 10-218
contact: Annelise Latini
(t) (202) 360-2491

Annelise provides a holistic approach to life & recovery coaching to those who seek a path through the blocks to create and experience a more joyful, more authentic, more purposeful life.  While CLEARE SPHERE is an ideal state of being, it's also a physical studio space where yoga, meditation, and breathwork help to integrate the mind, body, and spirit. Holding weekly classes and workshops open to all ages and levels (no experience required ~ simply a desire to go deeper!).  Check the website (  & Facebook page (CLEAR SPHERE) for current schedules and events. Private 1:1 sessions may include yoga specific to the individual's needs, Reiki energy healing, fascial release treatment and bodywork.


Studio 6-201

The Clearstory offers 7,000 sq. ft.,  24 ft. ceilings, 8 ft. original windows, hardwood floors, all white interior, and open floor plan giving clients the ability to design their dream event for up to 300 guests.

Luana Cleveland

Studio 7-310
contact: Luana Cleveland

Fine-artist; painter

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CPWrite freelance writing

Studio 9-204
contact: Carrie Pauling
(t) 570.327.6993

A studio dedicated to the business and art of writing. Business services include web copy, brochures & promotional copy, proofreading & editing, press releases, and feature length articles. Nonfiction articles and a novel are always in some stage of progress.


Divine Qi

Studio 7-246
contact: Chris Hayward
(t) 570.258.5455

Chris is a Reiki master and offers Intuitive tarot readings. Each reading is unique and draws on the energies at the time of the reading. All decks are cleared and shielded with Master Reiki energy and shuffled with intent before each reading. All readings are original works of Divine Qi. Delivered in person or electronically.


Expected Style

Studio 10-219
contact: Ernest Jackson
(t) 267.269.0916

Specializing in personal tailoring; custom made garments.


Factory Works Gallery

Studio 9-210
contact: Ralph Wilson
(t) 570.971.2571

Factory Works Gallery provides emerging and established artists a spacious, flexible exhibition space in which to share their work with the public. Factory Works Gallery is a program of Factory Works, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization housed at the Pajama Factory.

Our Generations Quilt Shop

Studio 6-108

Fabric for quilting classes, demons, work shops, and custom quilts.


Will Goddard

Studio 9-201
contact: Will Goddard
(t) 570.916.2600

Retired associate professor from Penn College. Carver, steampunk lamp maker, candlerock maker, and dabbler in other interesting fields. Connoisseur of amazing gizmos. "It needs to be fun."


Studio 7-249
contact: Selina Beck
(t) (570) 772-5170
contact: Dominic Santalucia
(t) (570) 974-1122

Gopher is a logistic startup in the on-demand delivery industry. Utilizing the website or mobile application, users can have their favorite take out restaurants, beverages, and visually any items delivered within their city. Gopher is different from other startups in the space considering most options allow delivery from only one business per order.

Gunderson Furnishings

Studio 3-102
contact: Adam Gunderson
(t) 608.575.3136

Adam Gunderson is a designer and maker of fine wooden interiors and custom wood furniture for clients and galleries across the country. Located in the Williamsport Community Woodshop on the corner of Rose Street and Memorial Avenue.


Hemlock Print & Design

Studio 7-244
contact: Dylan Sommers
(t) 570.490.4046

We are a custom screen print and design company. Our goal is to bring our customers the highest quality product for the most affordable price. We can handle orders small to large, with a short turn around time. Our customers range from businesses, bands, and apparel companies to nonprofits, schools, and families.


Kyle Huggins Photography

Studio 7-311
contact: Kyle Huggins
(t) 570.337.4826

City style and small town integrity combine to create top notch Photography & Graphic Design in the heart of Central Pennsylvania. Whether snapping a photo to capture a moment in time or developing a timeless design, our mission is to create memorable artworks for you. We specialize in indoor and outdoor portrait and event photography including, seniors, families, individuals, engagements, and weddings. Have an idea you don't see listed here? just schedule an appointment and let's talk. On the design side of our business we offer logo design, brand development collateral, illustration, poster design, layout design, business card design, and much more. Let's discuss your design project! Contact us today to schedule your photo session or design consultation.


Make What You Wear

Studio 10-217
contact: Valerie Beggs
(t) 570.971.4604

Anyone can be a clothing designer! It's a natural talent to imagine what you want to wear... whether to express your individuality or for more utilitarian needs. This studio offers the instruction, space and tools needed to get you creating what you envision. We offer group sewing classes, DIY design workshops and private design/patternmaking sessions for more advanced projects. Studio Director Valerie Beggs is a clothing designer with a lifetime of experience and inspiration to share. Workshops by many talented artist and makers will be offered regularly. Open to ages 14 and up. Please see us on Facebook or Pajama Factory website for class schedule.


Studio 9-202
contact: Cris Knell

Eclectic mixed-media creations.


Angela Nichols

Studio 7-409
contact: Angela Nichols



Organic Garden Center

Studio 10-104
contact: Carl Narber or Marc Kinney
(t) 570.322.3120

The Organic Garden Center is Northcentral PA's home for indoor & outdoor gardening. We carry an extensive variety of lighting, hydroponic growing systems, seeds, organic fertilizers, and nutrients designed to help create and maintain even the smallest garden or the biggest greenhouse. Also check out our on-site greenhouse for perennials, annuals, veggies, and herbs.


Pajama Factory Business Office

Studio 10-215
contact: Iris Andrews
(t) 570.220.1170
contact: Danielle Velkoff (events)
contact: Ron Moreland (facilities)

As the Pajama Factory community grows, so does the commitment of our business office. Call with questions about lease availability, events, or future plans.

Pasta by Deb

Studio 6-111
contact: Deb Allison
(t) 570.323.0361

With over 35 years experience, pasta maker Deb Allison offers an artisan pasta made in a wide variety of flavors and noodle widths. Pasta by Deb has been a regular vendor at the Williamsport Grower's Market since 2008. Explore the different flavors and "pasta-bilities"!

Purple Threads Ensemble

Studio 10-224
contact: Danielle Velkoff

It is our passionate and fundamental belief that Art is important. It is a mirror. It asks us to question why we believe what we believe and can build a bridge of understanding. For a shared moment, in the presence of great Art, we are united. We become human in each other’s eyes. It whispers to our souls, reminding us that we are alive – that we have purpose and value, and that this life matters. We yearn for a Theatre that transforms, that challenges the status quo and illuminates the soul.  By simply asking the questions that need to be asked, we hope to illuminate the universal truths of our human experience. We are not interested in propaganda or pushing an agenda. Our interest lies in the conversations we have with others: artist to artist, artist to audience, human to human. The exchange of words and ideas – these are the threads that tie us all together.


Rikki Feerrar Makeup Artistry

Studio 7-406
contact: Rikki Feerrar

My name is Rikki. I'm an enthusiast of all things beauty, and the owner of my own studio, Rikki Feerrar Makeup Artistry. My work ranges from weddings, photoshoots, proms, to any special events. I truly have a blast beautifying women, and I continuously meet so many wonderful people along the way. I'm excited to share with everyone the bliss that this hobby has brought me.

Roots Hair Studio by Karen

Studio 6-110
contact: Karen Goodridge
(t) 570.974.8657

With over 20 years experience, ROOTS HAIR STUDIO By Karen offers a full service experience that includes men's and women's cuts, beard grooming, facial waxing, special events hair & make-up, and specializes in color, color correction, and hair painting (highlights, lowlights, baylage, and ombre). Other chemical services include perms and straitening. ROOTS is a By Appointment Only Salon.


Beau Schemery

Studio 10-227
contact: Beau Schemery

Beau Schemery is an artist working in a variety of mediums, both traditional and digital, as well as creating masks and costumes for various enterprises. He is also a published author and playwright. You may find Beau practicing his acting or burlesque performances in his studio. Beau is available for commissions, and performances, and, as an ordained minister, he's also available to officiate marriage ceremonies. For prices and availability please contact Beau at

Kate Schleicher

Studio 7-414

Private office.

Janne Sherman

Studio 10-221
contact: Janne Sherman

Janne is dabbling in ceramics and mixed media in retirement; taking classes with Max Ameigh at Penn College, the Stableys at the Clay Studio studio 26, the Bowers at Venus and Mars Studio 48, and attending miscellaneous art workshops. Some of her mixed media pieces are on display on the wall outside of Studio 21. Janne also crochets ruffle scarves and occasionally designs jewelry. Her scarves and ceramics are on display in Studio 21 with jewelry on request. Email for an appointment.

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Holly Patton Shull

Studio 7-243
contact: Holly Patton Shull
(t) 570.971.3571

A painter! Mostly oils, a little mixed media: portraits, environments, commentary. Accepting commissions, and offers private lessons—limited availability.

Strangeheart Studio

Studio 7-241
contact: Niki Winner

Unique, one of a kind ceramic and porcelain pendants and jewelry, candle holders, wall decor, meditation labyrinths, and fine art — abstract and realism paintings, ink & pencil drawings.

Studio 570

Studio 10-216
contact: Jared Whitford

A new type of theater company, specializing in found space theater, and revitalizing classics of theater. A place for theater artists to grow and experiment with their craft.

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Studio Paper+

Studio 10-230
contact: Chad Andrews
(t) 570.651.5471

Studio Paper+ is a printmaking studio founded by Chad Andrews that focuses on the original print. All prints are hand pulled using traditional letterpress, etching, and lithography presses. Using both traditional and contemporary processes, it is Studio Paper+’s goal to assist artists in creating the highest quality original print.


Andrea McDonough Varner

Studio 9-203

Private studio.


Jon Waller

Studio 7-402
contact: Jon Waller

Private Studio.

Way Cool Beans

Studio 6-101
contact: Todd Foresman
(t) 570.601.7512

Way Cool Beans coffee roaster & shop offers fresh roasted beans, a great cup of coffee, and a welcoming atmosphere to drink it in. Pour-overs & cold-brew are available, as well as iced-coffee/tea. Beans are for sale in glass quarts & pints. Free wi-fi is available. HOURS: Mon–Thurs. 8am–7pm / Fri. 8am–11pm / Sat. 8am–7pm / Sun. Noon–5pm. Ground floor entrance; parking available in the lot on the corner of Rose St. & Park Ave.

The White Knight’s Gameroom

Studio 6-107
contact: Erik Guthrie
(t) 570.567.7539

The White Knight's Gameroom is one of the area's largest providers of RPGs, CCGs, Tabletop Games, Miniatures, Single Magic Cards, Dice and Wargame supplies in the area. The Game Room provides plenty of space for our friends and customers to play their RPGs, wargames, cards and other tabletop games as well as sanctioned MTG events. We also provide retail space for Erik's Edibles gourmet foods, and Christy Rhoads' nature photography.

Williamsport Community Kitchen

Studio 6-201
contact: Lisa Andrus
(t) 412-608-2769

The Williamsport Community Kitchen is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit located within the Clearstory space in the Pajama Factory. The WCK is a shared commercial kitchen that allows individuals and groups to start, and grow their food based businesses. It also allows other community based organizations to produce food items for fundraisers and other events that support the community. Contact Lisa to learn more about renting the kitchen for your business or event.

Williamsport Community Woodshop

Studio 3-101/02
contact: John Meyer
(t) 570.916.8145

WCW is a fully equipped woodworking facility where the novice, intermediate and expert woodworker can share equipment, workspace, and experiences in the construction of projects. Through classes and association with other skilled woodworkers, it is our hope that the most inexperienced novice can someday become an expert woodworker. Please call to schedule a tour of our facility, or for more info on how to become a member. Our main entrance is on the corner of Rose Street & Memorial Avenue. The Williamsport Community Woodshop is a program of Factory Works, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization housed at the Pajama Factory.

Writers Qi

Studio 7-246
contact: Chris Hayward

Curiosity drives the desire to find facts. Weaving well researched facts and figures into a compelling story improves communication between you and your current and future customers. Writers Qi LLC is the storyteller that breathes new life into your case studies, white papers, articles and web content.

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