Shanon Lee is an emerging sculptor artist investigating the unification of digital technology, traditional fabrication processes, and the natural world to make her work. Currently she is pursuing her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture at Towson University in Towson, Maryland, expected to graduate in the Summer of 2018. While engaging in her undergraduate career, she has received grants, scholarships, invitations to exhibitions, and as of recent was a selected nominee for the 2018 Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award with the International Sculpture Center. In addition to her education and studies, she is currently working as the Object Lab Technician at Towson University, where she processes files and problem solves on a day-to-day basis. Her career as the Lab Technician has definitely influenced her work -- the daily tasks of loading and unloading builds, problem solving files, and assisting the community has inspired her compassion in conceptual building and communication, as well as her precision in fabrication.