Grace Farson (b. 1992) is an artist, photographer, filmmaker, and explorer.

When she was 13, she did a quick sketch of what she hoped her parents' new home would look like. The architect found it and within a week created a plan that was largely inspired by her design. 

Now, in her spare time, she paints large murals of tigers or portraits of David Bowie or babies with beards. She is a recent graduate from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she studied media production and created her own food studies major.

Her work has taken her to six continents and she has been recognized by College Photographer of the YearSxSW Interactive, the Webby Awards, the Horizon Interactive Awards, MTV News,MediaStorm, the LA Times, and MoMA Pop Art Currents.

She is interested in peoples and places in transition and currently lives in Kathmandu, Nepal. 

She teaches yoga and likes the quiet moments.