Meet Our Collaborators
Bradley specializes in woodblock prints which are often based on "estimated truths" regarding science.
He graduated from Cornish College of the Arts in 2013 and is now working in the print lab there. His prints were on display in the Seattle Art Musuem Gallery in 2013. Website
Carolyn is the co-author of our first publication, In My Village.
She teaches creative writing and integrated studies at Cornish College of the Arts and Antioch University.
Painter & Videographer
Lauren graduated from Cornish College of the Arts in 2013 with a focus on painting and video. Website
Originally from Arizona, Aimee Oberstien moved to Seattle to earned her BFA from Cornish College of the Arts (class of 2010).
Aimee currently designs jewelry for her line, LeaBela.
Roldy Ablao works in a variety of digital mediums and as a set and fashion stylist.
Originally from Guam, he now resides in Seattle and is the Education Specialist at The Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience.
Sambo is a bank teller by day and our
Khmer-English translator by night.
Sambo is based in Cambodia and holds a Bachelor's Degree from The Royal University of Law and Economics in Phnom Penh.
Since graduating from Cornish College of the Arts in 2013, Karina has been working as a freelance videographer, animator, and website designer. Website
After switching from graphic design to fine art at Cornish College of the Arts, JD's paintings have been exhibited in galleries throughout Seattle including Prole Drift, Cairo, Vignettes, and the SOIL auction.
Cherylin, a 2010 Cornish College of the Arts graduate has most recently been experimenting with "smoke painting." Her images are created using the flame of a match.
Cherylin is a painting instructor at Mind Unwind in West Seattle.