Self-described "American stuffmaker" Mac Premo graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design and currently makes art, videos, illustrations, wooden things, noises and dinner (most nights) in Brooklyn. His art has exhibited in N.Y.C., L.A., Miami, PS1 MoMA in Queens, and Washington, D.C., and he has initiated and participated in several public art projects in Belfast, Northern Ireland. He has won seven New York Emmy Awards for his video and animation work, including awards for best commercial, photography, set design, and best public service announcement. Using objects collected over the past 20 years as the raw material, Premo created a collage environment inside a 30-yard dumpster called The Dumpster Project. Most recently, he wrote, performed and designed the set for his first one-man play called "The Luckiest Arab in Belfast."