Aimee was born and raised in southern California, lived in Ohio and loves to travel. As a result of her travels, she began to compare the visual landscapes and is totally fascinated by cell phone towers that look like palm or pine trees, freeways and electrical towers. Sones’s immense interest in maps, demographic statistics, geography and infrastructural growth has led to her studies in rapid prototyping and geomodeling. A long the way, she earned an MA in Crafts with a concentration in Jewelry/Metals at California State University, Fullerton and an MFA in Glass at The Ohio State University. Aimee Sones has exhibited nationally and internationally, received numerous scholarships and awards, including being a Bullseye e-merge 2010 finalist and a Greater Columbus Arts Council Grant. She is happy to be back on the west coast and has worked at the Pilchuck Glass School in Stanwood, Washington.