A NEURODIVERSE ARTIST,
CURRICULUM DESIGNER, & EDUCATOR
Amanda Perez-Morris is a "Jill of all trades" with a Master's Degree in Education learning to lean into her neurodiversity and hone her creative and problem-solving superpowers.
Her goal is to break the stigmas surrounding neurodiversity and remind others that it is never too late to chase your dreams in the creative arts. She seeks to empower others to accept themselves as they are, and to teach others to celebrate the unique and diverse ways we all show up in this world; at home, in relationships, and in the workplace.
She lives in Salt Lake City, Utah with her husband and two kids.
She was diagnosed with ADHD at the age of 41, after years of wondering why she didn't quite fit into the puzzle pieces of societal norms. She is at her happiest in the hurricane that is her studio, listening to 90's or classic rock, and creating art that reminds us all that we are uniquely and wonderfully made.