Paul Delathauwer attended Arizona State University, majoring in Industrial Design and Sculpture. He was awarded an internship at a design firm, involving him with many projects including product graphics, model and mold making, casting and finish work. After University, he freelanced, designing a wide variety of projects including magazines, restaurants and nightclub interiors. In 1995, Paul moved to San Francisco to pursue a career in technology. In 2002 he relocated to Boise with his wife Crista to pursue his own design projects. In 2016 he attended Burning Man which was a transformative experience that reignited his creative energies. For the 2017 Burn he launched his first line of pendants as gifts. Paul’s method of work involves both 3-D and traditional goldsmithing techniques of jewelry making, creating 6 to 8 new designs each year. Paul’s work has been exhibited nationally in several museums including the Smithsonian’s Renwick Gallery “No Spectators” exhibit in Washington DC. Currently he is designing pendants for The Burning Man Project and the Shooting Star Award, in recognition of people who have significantly contributed to the Burn community.