In 1995 a young boy was visiting the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago, IL.
That very same day a mother, father, and their twin daughters got separated from her family and wandered into the wild bird exhibit. She was scared and frightened. This caused all the wild birds to get excited and the birds began to violently flap their wings and let out blood screaming bird noises. Tom, the brave young boy, with his amazing tracking abilities, was able to locate her family and safely return her to them-without a single bird scratch on her body. The mom and dad thanked Tom and called him a hero. Tom, without saying a word just magically disappeared. The little girl and her family never heard or saw Tom ever again, until...
Jump forward to 2012
The then little girl, who's name is Chelsea is still little, moved to Chicago. She has taken a job with a fortune 50 company as a graphic designer. 10 days later Tom was hired by the same exact company. At first Tom and Chelsea, didn't really talk to each other but one day, a fellow co-worker invited Chelsea to a party that Tom was already attending. On that night they began to talk and quickly were reminded of their encounter with each other many years ago. They continued to talk and over many days and months, Tom and Chelsea became good friends. Their shared interests in Art, Design, and woodworking brought these two birds even closer together. Tom and Chelsea began making their own picture frames to house the many poster prints that Chelsea had, mostly of the band Passion Pit.