Emily Cohen is a multi-disciplinary artist with a background in ecological design and community planning. She is intrigued at the balance between art and science, built and natural, chaos and order. Her focus at Playa involves creating a field guide to climate change in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and features photography and illustration.
Additionally she is currently producing a documentary about the song Li’l Liza Jane. She is an avid fiddler of Appalachian old time music and other traditional folk styles. She has produced performances at the DC Fringe Festival, MIT’s Listening to the City Conference and the Megapolis Audio Festival. Her audio postcard from Jackson Hole will be featured at the Smithsonian Postal Museum this November. She currently serves as executive director of KHOL in Jackson Hole, the only community radio station in the state of Wyoming.