Many commuters spend their journeys immersed in work, but Tina Lutz looked up long enough to discover Lutz & Patmos' latest guest designer — Amtrak conductor Chris Waugh.
By chance, the 18-year railman happened to work on the trains that ferried Lutz to and from Rhode Island, where she has a house. The pair became fast friends and Waugh occasionally asked Lutz what she was working on, as the train passed by town after town. Waugh was dissatisfied with how abstract her explanation sounded, so Lutz suggested he look at the Lutz & Patmos Web site.
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