Amy Krimm, from Silver Spring, Maryland, is obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in Visual Studies and a Minor in American Sign Language and Deaf Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. Amy is a co-director of Penn's Community Engagement Program and is working as a research assistant at the Penn Center for Neuroaesthetics, studying the differences in engaging with art in museum versus in the digital context. Amy is very proud of being an artist, having their work shown at multiple student exhibitions, working across multiple mediums such as embroidery, textile art, printmaking, digital painting, and sculpture. Amy is a Communications Director, Carriage Senior Society as well as an Illustrator for 34th Street Magazine. Amy hopes to combine their interdisciplinary passions for visual art with neuroasethetics as a Marshall Scholar, first completing an MSc degree in Psychology of the Arts, Neuroaesthetics, and Creativity of Goldsmiths, University of London, and second completing a MA degree in Fine Arts at Lancaster University.