Amy Pence-Brown is a writer, body positive activist, artist, and historian in Boise, Idaho. She has a master’s degree in art & architectural history and has worked at many museums and has juried and curated numerous exhibitions. Pence-Brown has written for several local & national publications, and currently works for Preservation Idaho. She serves the children and youth of her community as a mother of three, on the Vista Neighborhood Association Energize our Neighborhoods project, and as School Garden Coordinator for Hawthorne Elementary School. Her radical stand for self-love at the Capital City Public Market on August 29, 2015, in Boise, Idaho, was documented in a blog post, photographs and a video made by Melanie Flitton Folwell. Pence-Brown’s message of self-love and the value of all bodies, no matter their size, went viral and has been written about by several publications and interviewed by the likes of CNN, USA Today, Cosmopolitan, People, TODAY, WGN Morning News Chicago, Idaho Statesman, and Idaho’s NPR station – Boise State Public Radio.
Kristin Montgomery is an Interior Designer, crafter, and art enthusiast who has grown up in the Treasure Valley. She attended the University of Idaho where she received a degree in Interior Design with a minor in Architecture, and uses that knowledge working for a design / build company called EverGreen Architecture & Construction. She has served as a Chair for the Interior Designers of Idaho; Chair Affair (a furniture design competition) from 2008-10 / 2012-14. In her spare time she likes to donate her skills to local non-profit capital improvement projects. She loves spending time with her husband and daughter, traveling, finding hidden gems (locations) in Idaho, and experiencing new music.