Chelsea Minter-Brindley is an Aurora-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in alternative photographic processes, collage, metal, textile, and various domestic objects in a way that challenges outdated ideologies surrounding gender and place.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 multimedia 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 creates work that pushes past the materials' limitations and challenges 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. She is currently working as Public Art Assistant for the City of Aurora. She has been in several group exhibitions in Colorado, including Colorado Photographic Arts Center and Pirate Contemporary Art.