Katie Huttenmeyer is a multi-media artist utilizing collage, assemblage, painting, drawing, and metalwork to create art that challenges preconceptions and sheds light on alternative perspectives. Huttenmeyer was born and raised just outside of Denver, Colorado. From an early age she took an interest in a wide range of media, always taking every available art class in and out of school. This experimentation led to her multi-emphasis degree from the University of Colorado Denver. She has a Bachelor’s of Fine Art in Painting, Drawing, and Transmedia Sculpture, and a double-minor in Art History and in Philosophy. Huttenmeyer currently works at the Children’s Hospital in Aurora, Colorado as the Assistant Art Coordinator. She has been in many group exhibitions around Colorado, including the Emmanuel Gallery in Denver, Pirate Contemporary Art in Lakewood, and The GLDN Mill Gallery in Golden. Upcoming exhibitions include the BFA Thesis Exhibition at Redline Contemporary Art Center in Denver.