Brynn Metheney currently works with Keep A Breast, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help eradicate breast cancer. She is working on a piece for the upcoming Love show in Tokyo this summer.
"The Illustration Program strives to nurture relationships between students as well as the instructors," Metheney explains. "I was very fortunate to be part of a tight-knit class. ... Having a group of colleagues and friends to reach out to after graduation has been invaluable in keeping me motivated to work."
In 2011 Metheney's work was accepted into the Spectrum 18: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art. She has also been featured in a variety of art-related magazines and annuals: Uppercase magazine, Brazilian magazine Contém Glúten, Imagine FX magazine, and Exotique 7.
Clients include Wired magazine, Studio Hinrichs, Fantasy Flight Games, Sugar Publishing, and Dark Horse Comics. In 2011 Metheney was hired by the French film studio EuropaCorp to work on a special project.
Metheney was hired by Studio Hinrichs to contribute to the Sappi Standard, an educational promotion that focuses on special printing techniques for professionals in print communications. This particular edition partnered with 826 National, a nonprofit organization that focuses on tutoring students in reading and writing.