Jocelyn Beausire (she/her) grew up in a town of 10,000 people and 50,000 cows in rural Wisconsin, and transplanted to Seattle in 2013. She holds a double Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum Laude in Architecture Studies and Music from the University of Washington, and has cultivated a trans-disciplinary research and art practice based in the connections between the relational human body, sound, and the environment.
She is passionate about collective living and alternative housing models, and is dedicated to the built environment's role in facilitating healthy human relationships. She brings a holistic view of space design, and extensive research, writing, and publicity experience into her position as Marketing Coordinator and Office Administrator. She also applies these to her independent performance art practice, which she views as temporal architecture, presenting her work around Seattle and across the country. When she isn't performing or in the Workshop, Jocelyn enjoys riding the bus, having taco picnics, and listening to live music.