Brittany V Wilder is a visual artist who works primarily with photography. She also spends a lot of her time in her studio, playing around with salt, glue, paper, and flowers. Themes emerging from her most recent works include grief, desire, and identity.
Her work more broadly deals with the nature of memory, perception, and narrative. Text-based narrative, self-portraiture and personal documentation play a large role in her art practice.
She is currently a member of the studio collective Neighbors at Yale Union in SE Portland. She received a BFA from the Oregon College of Art and Craft (RIP) in 2013.
And yes, she did write all of this herself in third person.