Pan-Mass Challenge founder Billy Starr and his wife, Meredith Beaton Starr, operate the most successful single-event athletic fundraiser in the world from their summer headquarters in South Chatham.
For Jerry Evans, Taylor Brown, Barb Knowlton and Steve Wardle, Chatham provides both seaside inspiration and sustainable livelihoods. Inside their cottage studios, they create fine clothing, unique jewelry and home designs that illustrate the charm of Cape Cod. These artisans all share a fascination with the magnificence and mysteries of our coastal community—and their creations reflect their interpretation of the natural world that surrounds us.
Three iconic Chatham businesses have passed the torch to a younger generation who vow to carry traditions forward.
The founders of Chatham Kelp are at the forefront of a new industry. Three years ago, if you had told the three founders of Chatham Kelp—all of whom are longtime shellfishermen—they’d one day operate the largest kelp-focused farm in Massachusetts, they might not have believed you.
Blacksmith Richard “Rusty” Griffin shares his passion of creating Damascus steel-patterned blades and beautiful sculptural work in forged steel, bronze and copper.
Bob Zaremba and Danielle Jeanloz’s love of antiques, maps and travel inspired them to open Maps of Antiquity in Chatham nearly 15 years ago.
Joshua Schiff takes pride in managing Chatham Bars Inn’s eight-acre property.
Before Tilda McGee Bystrom was a painter, she was a gardener.
Outside Bystrom’s Stillwater Garden Studio, a tranquil one-acre garden on Stillwater Pond shimmers in the summer sun. When Bystrom moved here in 2001, the garden was filled with pine trees.