Michelle Dubin (Timber) is a designer, farmer and community herbalist. She holds an undergraduate degree in Environmental Policy from Boston University and a Masters in Landscape Architecture from UC Berkeley. She runs Foxhole Farm in western Sonoma County, a small production farm and sanctuary for queers working in the visual and healing arts.
She is thrilled to be a member of the 2018 class, and plans to use the opportunity to explore wood as an endlessly renewable, versatile resource and refine her craft.
Her long-term goal is to establish a collaborative multi-disciplinary design studio and bring together talented, thoughtful artisans who focus on whole environments, including the objects we place in them: a place where design thinking is used to solve problems on a variety of scales, from the regional landscape to a hand held tool, and where the art exists in unveiling the glorious connections between these scales.