Molly Brown is a self-taught artist and (over-taught) geographer. She earned an MA and Phd in human geography from the University of Colorado, Boulder, and a BA in geography from Middlebury College. She received a Watson Fellowship and a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship to understand the meaning and importance of handmade map forms in a digital era. Her current projects involve map-making with children, environmental psychology, and the geographies of childhood. Molly has since worked in geographic and art education for organizations, universities, and schools across the country. Her work has been featured in The Alpinist, The Middlebury Magazine, The Starbucks Digital Network, and The New York Times.