Randy Brown is a Denver-Based artist, arts activist, and educator, practicing for some 35 years. Mr. Brown serves as Professor of Photography at the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design where he received his Master of Arts in Design Strategy + Innovation. His Thesis, Modern Media: A convergence of Thoughts, Creativity, and Ideas Through Technology, serves as a launching point to further his passion for education. Current work includes "The River In Us", a photo documentary that investigates PTSD, addiction, and the physical and emotional influences on the life of Veterans. Additionally, "In The Middle Of Everywhere" explores the existential threat of the exportation water resources from ranching and farming communities to densely populated cities. In particular, this project addresses this issue in Colorados San Luis Valley to the Front Range of Colorado. Having served on the boards of arts organizations, served as Editor of Eye-Level Magazine, and received fellowships to the MacDowell Colony and Villa Montalvo arts residencies, his commitment to robust dialogue in the community is unwavering. In the collections of Art Museums, individuals, corporations, and dozens of regional and national exhibitions, his works address the connections of early cultural development to current human culture and the river like journey to contemporary visual culture and the reference points of modern media.