A.M. Disher (b.1992, they/them/theirs) is a Boston Based Sculptor who works with various materials with a basis in wood, oil paint and found objects. They received their BFA in Sculpture and Studio for Interrelated Media from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2015; graduating with the highest honor of the Helen Blair Sculpture Award. A.M is a person who lives with several different types of mental illness and is a self identified disabled artist. Their illness informs their work greatly and their goal through their work is to bring mental health and disability stigma to the forefront of conversation. In tandem with their artmaking, A.M. is also a trained street medic and can be found on the streets supporting protesters as they rally for various causes around justice, equality and accountability. A.M.’s cause is the pursuit of the advancement of care.