Sky is a fine artist, illustrator, and creative writer that graduated from the two year visual arts intensive program at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts in 2015. While attending UNCSA, Sky became a school ambassador for the North Carolina Board of Governors, and president of the second-year visual arts program. Sky was awarded seven gold keys, and nine silver keys in the regional Scholastics competition, of which three pieces were recognized nationally and shown in Carnegie Hall. Sky has studied at the School of the Art Institute, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, and will graduate from the Pacific Northwest College of Art with a BFA in Intermedia, a BFA in Creative Writing, and a minor in Art & Ecology.

Sky completed a six month artist in residency in 2016 and 2017 at a program called Moriumius in Ogatsu, Japan, which is organized for sustainability and cultural preservation after the 2011 Earthquake and Tsunami. While exhibiting work in varying galleries, they created work for the Moriumius facilities, T-Shirt designs for the staff, and worked to better the lives of farm animals. Moriumius is a unique, one-of-a-kind program interested in educating others on the importance of sustainability and respecting nature. If you are interested in learning about rural Japanese life and Moriumius's mission, please visit: