Fellow • Phoebe McIlwain Bright
Phoebe McIlwain Bright has worked in the western Cascades as a whitewater rafting guide and as a photographer for a northwestern adventure company. She studied behavioral biology at Johns Hopkins University and received an MFA in creative writing from the University of Oregon. She is a 2017 A Public Space Fellow.
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