Scott Randolph is an artist/musician/lover/designer/human/dad who lives on a small farm at the edge of the world in the woods of Northern New Mexico.  A long time ago, he received a BA in Communication Studies from the University of California Santa Barbara. He works as a teacher, musician, blacksmith, designer, radio DJ, home builder, media activist and educational consultant.  He was the Education Director of the late, great Taos Talking Pictures film festival and a founding member of Cultural Energy, a community media training center in Taos, NM.  He was an artist in residence at Platte Forum Art Center in Denver (2004) and Yaxchie Learning Center in Taos ( 2004 & 2005 ). His work can be found in the physical world at Mariposa Gallery in Albuquerque and Michigan Artist Gallery in Traverse City, MI.