Anthony F. Hall
Lisa H. Hall
Lisa Hammerquist Hall’s Huguenot ancestors migrated from Quebec to Saranac Lake before the Civil War. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, she operated a successful small couture business in New York City, Albany and the Adirondacks for 25 years. Her work appeared in many publications, including Martha Stewart Living, Town & Country and the New York Times Magazine, among others. Her background in design, business experience and a life-long love of community newspapers allowed her to step into the role of Lake George Mirror Publisher with enthusiasm. These days, her work as a couturier is confined to conserving the costumes of opera singer Marcella Sembrich at the museum in Bolton Landing dedicated to that diva’s memory. She also serves as the museum’s vice-president and as a director of the town’s historical society.
Troy Burns is the Owner and Creative Director of Graphic Acuity, a full service graphic design and marketing company. He develops print and digital advertising, logos, marketing brochures, corporate image campaigns, catalogs, annual reports, research documents, presentational materials and websites. Troy’s work has earned design awards in a number of national competitions. Troy is a former newspaper designer and editor at The Post-Star in Glens Falls.