Chelsea Minter-Brindley is a Denver-based artist working in alternative photographic processes, collage, metal, textile, and various domestic objects in a way that challenges outdated ideologies surrounding gender and place. As a multi-media artist and photographer, Chelsea enjoys the back and forth between a flat image's two-dimensions and the multiple dimensions of sculpture with different materials. She can push past the materials' limitations and challenge the viewer to explore beyond conventional boundaries and ideas. Chelsea has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Transmedia Sculpture and Photography from the University of Colorado Denver. Chelsea is currently interning at Meow Wolf Denver and maintaining her long-standing employment at The Emmanuel Art Gallery as a social media manager. She has been in several group exhibitions in Colorado, including Colorado Photographic Arts Center, Pirate Contemporary Art, and the Emmanuel Art Gallery.