Emmitt graduated from Pratt Institute in 2008 with a BFA in sculpture. He has been doing metalwork since he was 17 and fell in love with it. His work tends to lean towards functional minimalism— simple lines, but with a refined design. The past 10 years Emmitt was a lead fabricator for high-end light fixture and furniture companies, working in all kinds of metals, but specifically in steel, brass, and bronze. He has just moved back to his hometown of Scituate and is starting a business to create his own work again. He is in the process of creating aproduct line of “tiny chairs”. They will serve as indoor/outdoor decor and a surface for displaying objects (i.e. plant stands).