Emily Bunker works as a builder with a focus on fine woodworking, community design education, and material research. While pursuing her Master’s degree in Landscape Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania, Emily continues to teach design/build workshops and fabricate custom furniture.

She has worked in a range of woodshops including Michael Hurwitz, the Philadelphia Museum of Art Conservation Department and a five-year stint as a Project Manager at Staack Moore Woodworking. Her strong interest in land art and material research led her to¬†make work as an artist-in-residence at several programs including the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture/Taliesin West, Art Farm, and CAC Troy. Her projects have been featured in SP Weather Station, Conflux Festival 2012, and¬†Fairmount Park Conservancy’s recent “Meadow Mansions” among others.

She currently lives in Philadelphia with her husband Daniel Tucker, and maintains a strong connection to her family’s tree farm in Western New York where she hikes and occasionally harvests wood for projects.

Contact her at Emilyjohannabunker@gmail.com

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