Get to know our amazing team:


Rosey Williams, owner/operator 

Rosey is the proprietress and stylist of pop-up vintage shop Ramblin' Rose. After noticing a gap in the "market" scene back in 2012, Rosey started the St. Pete Indie Market as a small sidewalk sale.  The market has since grown into a successful monthly Street Market in St.Pete and has now expanded to Tampa, with the launching of Tampa Indie Flea in 2015.  When she's not collecting vintage or planning Indie Market or Flea, she's hanging with her little one, Luella Rose!
www.ramblinroseupcycle.com


seanissey Loughlin, social media director 

Seanissey is the powerhouse behind our social media presence, and quite frankly, we wouldn't ask any other individual to do it! Originally, Seanissey established our brand in the Tampa Bay area as Tampa Indie Flea, and more recently joined forces with the St. Pete Indie Market to bridge the two distracts together. Stay tuned for a fresh new look!

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Robert j. Morgan , Communications Director

Robert is our newest member of the St. Pete Indie Market family, and has joined us to facilitate a more hands-on approach to our communications with our vendors. There's a good chance if you receive any sort of correspondence; it's coming from him :) 

 

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Kati Lacker, designer

Kati Lacker is a freelance illustrator/ graphic designer now living in Brooklyn, NY after she shared her talents here in St Petersburg, FL. She dedicates most of her time to Kin Comics, a comic collaboration project with her brother, but is always exploring different ways to collaborate with local artists and musicians.  She is the mastermind behind our beautiful flyers. Check out her work: www.katilacker.com | www.kincomics.com


Kaitlin Crockett, writer

Kaitlin is a writer, artist, letterpress printer and librarian-in-training.  She creates hand curated letterpress cards, prints and posters as Oma Darlin' Press, and shares a studio space in Gulfport with fellow letterpress lady, Bridget of The Southern Letterpress. Find her printed goods for sale locally at 600 block shop, Strands of Sunshine.  When she's not working on multiple projects, she's hanging at home with her 70lb lap dog, Zaya, and her boyfriend, Kiel.
www.omadarlinpress.com