Emily Brodrick grew up on Long Island, New York. She received her BA from Hampshire College in 2014, where her study of fiber art culminated in a solo show titled “Why Color Makes Me Giggle”. Brodrick's work has been included in exhibitions throughout New England, as well as New York and Maryland. In November of 2018, Brodrick installed her largest work to date, “Collective Growth”, a cut paper mural comprised of over 170 vibrantly colorful, floral motifs. The mural is a permanent installation at the Cambridge offices of Facebook Boston as part of the Facebook AIR Program. Her most recent solo show, “What We Choose to Keep” took place in February 2019 at the Kingston Gallery. She currently creates her installations out of her Waltham Mills studio in Waltham, MA.