Jamie Bruno is an American interdisciplinary artist and local food systems advocate living in Newark, NJ. Jamie has worked in urban agriculture for the last four years focusing compost policy and local food system development with nonprofits Planting Seeds of Hope and Urban Agriculture Cooperative. In 2014 and 2015 she worked on garden-based nutrition and education initiatives with the national organization Foodcorps in partnership with The Greater Newark Conservancy. Jamie finished a Printer-in-Residence with Newark Print Shop in October of 2018, creating a new body of work about the environment by merging photography and drawing in a five-color bitmap screen-printing process. In 2017, Jamie helped to develop creative messaging for green infrastructure projects as a Resident Artist with Lower Raritan Watershed Partnership and coLAB Arts in New Brunswick, NJ under a National Endowment for the Arts Grant.
Email: jjjjjebruno @ gmail.com