Selina brings a creative thought process, an interest in the design of public spaces, and a strong background in the arts to her work at GGN. She has been involved in her community as an artist and curator working in the public realm. She was a co-founder of inkwell collective, an environmental artist group in Seattle. She has led Design Your (Neighbor)hood, a community based program for the Seattle Art Museum. Currently, Selina serves on the 4Culture Public Art Advisory Committee.
Selina received her Masters of Landscape Architecture from the University of Washington. An enthusiastic explorer, Selina has traveled extensively in Asia, Africa, Europe, Latin America and the South Pacific region.
She enjoys photographing and exploring abandoned landscapes, immersing herself in music, and dancing with her young daughter.