Chuck Aydlett has been on faculty at Pennsylvania State University (’94-‘97), St. Cloud State University (’97-’98), and Winona State University (’00-’09). He currently lives and maintains a studio in Helena, MT where he manages the Clay Business at the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts.
Perry has been working in clay since 2003. He’s been a resident artist in Denmark at Guldageraard, The Bray, Clay Studio of Missoula and Red Lodge Clay Center. He is inspired by the mountains and streams of the landscape that’s surrounds him in Montana. Perry lives and works out of his home studio in Clancy, Montana.
Amanda Wilkey is a professional photographer and came to The Bray in 2014 when her husband, Bill, became a long-term fellow. She especially appreciates the community aspect of The Bray and can typically be found in her office with a friendly smile. Amanda enjoys quality family time, hosting game nights, gardening and going on adventures.
Ben Carter is a studio potter, educator, and podcast producer based in New Jersey. In 2021 he joined The Bray staff to work on The Brickyard Network, where he produces Clay in Color, For Flux Sake, The Kiln Sitters, Trade Secret and other podcasts developed for the network.
As an avid believer in the power of education, Stephanie Seguin has identified as an artist-educator since the beginning of her career. Stephanie received her MFA from Pennsylvania State University, BFA from Minnesota State University, Moorhead, and has taught for Pennsylvania State University, Colorado Mountain College, and Western New Mexico University, among many community based studios.
As an artist herself, Amy Miller is passionate about her work in the arts and the community. With a BFA in Visual Communications, majoring in Fine Art and Graphic Design, Miller has over a decade of experience promoting, showcasing and supporting artists and their work.