Lindsey Peck Scherloum explores the formation identity through spaces and the objects which fill them. She works with a youth community radio station on a remote island in Kenya, has interviewed hundreds of strangers in their cars, teaches creative writing in the Words Without Walls Program at the State Correctional Institute in Pittsburgh, and gardening (and how each stem can involve STEM ) to kids in her neighborhood. She works at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History on several NSF projects that engage youth in educating the public about science and society. She holds a MFA in creative writing from Chatham University and a BA in studio art and anthropology from NYU’s Gallatin School of Interdisciplinary Study. Her work has been published in Hot Metal Bridge, Weave Magazine, Mudthroat Records, and Universal Design News, and her text based visual art has shown at the Three Rivers Arts Festival Juried Show, Unsmoke Systems Artspace, and Most Wanted Fine Art Gallery.