b. 3/11/84

Charlotte X.C. Sullivan is a citizen designer, expedition artist, and essayist. She lives in Bristol, VT.

She is the co-founder of May West, a design studio and material research laboratory specializing in milkweed-based textile innovation. She serves on the Board of Directors at Cabin-Time, a roaming artist residency program to remote places. Previously, she co-founded the Frontier Fellowship with Epicenter, a rural design resource center in Green River, Utah. For several years she worked at Queens County Farm, the longest continuously operated farm in the state of New York on the largest tract of undisturbed farm land left in New York City. She has also volunteered at Arts in Parts, a free ecology-based arts program for kids in Rockaway Beach, New York.

charlottesullivan at gmail dot com /// EVERYTHINGEVERYONEEVERYWHERE

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