Tiffany Lee Brown
Tiffany is a writer and interdisciplinary artist from Oregon. She began writing for Plazm Design in the early 2000s and became co-editor of the magazine a few years later. Author of A Compendium of Miniatures, her work has appeared in Utne, The Oregonian, Oregon Humanities, Bust, Wired, Bookforum, BoingBoing, and various anthologies. She works with commercial clients such as NBC-Universal, Nike, Samsung, and New Line Cinemas; as Senior Writer for the New York offices of the Organic agency, she was editor for the musician Sting’s first website. Tiffany especially enjoys helping nonprofits and family businesses find their voices, build editorial brands, and establish content strategies; clients have included the Pacific Northwest College of Art, Carman Ranch, and the Joko Project in West Africa, for which she acted as founding Creative Director. Tiffany graduated summa cum laude from the University of California at Berkeley and holds an MFA in Interdisciplinary Art from Goddard College. She also studied theatre in Trinity College, Dublin and is an adjunct faculty at Prescott College. She has served on the selection committee for the Visual Arts Chronicle of Portland, the Board of 2 Gyrlz Performative Arts, and as Executive Director of New Oregon Arts & Letters.