Chloe Horsma was born and raised in Sacramento, California. She earned her Bachelors of Art in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and Creative Writing at Mills College, where she also studied print and bookmaking. She has worked as a research assistant with Amnesty International’s Women’s Rights group and been awarded a number of institutional honors in writing and community service. Chloe is most drawn to improvisational printing and experimentation with color and wood type; her recent work has sought to represent the unknowable and emphasize multiplicity in studying social justice. She is also passionate about creating art which evokes a physical sensation or experience, and was excited to dive into the wild world of handmade paper during her internship.