About Annie Brulé
Annie works at the intersection of art and culture, producing storytelling maps and imagery for tribes, land trusts, ecological organizations, and private clients.
She is an avid nature journaler, and teaches plant sketching and indigenous nature science as part of the team who developed Tend, Gather & Grow, a K–12 ecology curriculum.
Clients include The Smithsonian Institution, Microsoft, Jones + Jones Architects, and others. Tribal clients include the Northwest Indian College, The Muckleshoot Tribe, FEED 7 Generations, and the Upper Snake River Tribes Foundation.
Annie is the Co-Founder of independent publisher Chatwin Books, in Seattle.