Aaron Eliah Terry grew up as a kid with no electricity or running water in the woods of Upstate New York until fate brought his family to Philadelphia, where he grew into the city as a young adult. His biggest fear as a child was nuclear war or a bear attack. Terry’s work has been shown in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Philadelphia, Portland, Oregon and the Bay Area. He currently lives in the Redwood groves of Canyon, CA. His current fears include Nuclear radiation and Mountain Lion attacks or “Sudden Oak Death” caused falling trees. He holds an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI) and currently teaches at the California College of the Arts and SFAI.

Aaron Eliah Terry grew up as a kid with no electricity or running water in the woods of Upstate New York until fate brought his family to Philadelphia, where he grew into the city as a young adult. His biggest fear as a child was nuclear war or a bear attack. Terry’s work has been shown in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Philadelphia, Portland, Oregon and the Bay Area. He currently lives in the Redwood groves of Canyon, CA. His current fears include Nuclear radiation and Mountain Lion attacks or “Sudden Oak Death” caused falling trees. He holds an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI) and currently teaches at the California College of the Arts and SFAI.