Nikki Moser’s work has manifested itself in cast iron, printmaking, photography, mixed media, video and sound. Driven by a desire to assemble objects and ideas in ways that recast light, propose an alternate dialog and subtly implicate the viewer, her media corresponds intimately to the concepts. She co-founded STEAMworks, a not-for-profit educational space using STEAM, Science, Technology Engineering, Art, Math and Music as the spring board for artmaking and exploration of sciences. She is an Assistant Professor at Marywood University, and co-chair of the International Conference on Contemporary Cast Iron Art (happening in Scranton PA spring of 2018). In 2017 she was awarded 2nd Prize in Sculpture, Art of the State, at the Museum of Pennsylvania. In 2010 she co-founded Keystone Iron Works, an Iron Casting program for at risk high school students, which has been awarded two National Endowment for the Arts awards, The F. Lammont Belin and a Willary Foundation Award. She has a BFA from The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art has an MFA in Studio Art from MICA, Maryland Institute College of Art. She regularly exhibits her work and has sculptures in many private collections. She sews, likes playing with fire and makes excellent chocolate chip cookies.