Minh Carrico is a visual artist and educator. He is currently a co-chair and professor for the Visual Arts at Edmonds Community College.
His career began with commercial photography while studying in Austin, Texas. His creative practice expanded into art direction while living in New York City. Clients include: Annie Leibovitz, Martha Stewart Living, MTV, Whole Foods Market and more recently The Wing Luke Museum.
His present day studio practice is concentrating on designing and producing public art installations along with curating gallery exhibitions that examines the issues of citizenship, displacement, standardization and the construction of identities. His work has been exhibited in museums and galleries across North America and held within public art collections.