I am a smiling walker, thoughtful observer, and frantic dancer.
I am passionate about human and animal rights and believe in kindness to oneself and others. I am infatuated with the creative process and am forever intrigued by the many layers of the human mind and how it translates emotion into image and action.
Heidi Reynolds is a Master’s candidate at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. She works in a variety of media including sculpture, performance, video, installation, and community art. Dealing with the concepts of memory, trauma, and letting go, her work investigates both personal and collaborative explorations of our verbal, somatic, and unconscious past.
She also has a personal training business in the Boston area and greatly enjoys her relationships with her clients, as well as helping them make significant progress. Though the art and science fields may seem on opposite ends of the spectrum, she is very interested in how each influences and informs the other. She has investigated these intersections of body and creativity through performance, movement, and dance.
Heidi plays guitar and sings and is active in volunteering, including such organizations as Rosie’s Place and Jungle Friends Primate Sanctuary. She is currently planning a trip to Ghana with the Cross-Cultural Collaborative to create art with youth to defray their educational costs. She spends the rest of her free time with her giant Great Pyrenees mix pup, Ella.