Alice Langlois is a stop-motion animator and musician from rural Western Massachusetts, the place which fostered her deep love for nature and the environment. From leaves and seed pods to feathers and scales, elements of the natural world are an integral part of Alice's artistic process, making their way into her films, music, and sculptures. Her animated films have been screened at and received awards from festivals around the world, and her sculptural work shown in galleries throughout her time in college. After graduating from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2019, she moved to Oregon where she currently works as a freelance artist and animator. When not working on art or music, Alice can often be found growing hydroponic heirloom vegetables in her tiny apartment and scattering wildflower seeds in urban parking lots.