Dennis Doyle is an interdisciplinary artist exploring the tension of multifaceted identity, the complication of memory and safe spaces, and the intersection of science and art. His work has been exhibited in group shows around the country, including Pittsburgh and Tennessee. He has been nationally recognized for his scholarly work, including the undergraduate Stamps Scholarship and the science publications Nanophotonics and ACS Optics. A Pittsburgh native, he completed a BA in Studio Arts and BS in Chemistry at the University of Pittsburgh. He is a first year student at CU Boulder pursuing a MFA in Sculpture and Post Studio Practice with support from the Beinecke Scholarship, a natinoal graduate school scholarship supporting studies in the arts, humanities, and social sciences. When not in the studio, he enjoys baking bread, eating bread, and running to burn off the bread.