Louesa Roebuck, author of the critically acclaimed Foraged Flora, is a multimedia and multigenre creative, floral artist, printmaker, painter, textile designer, and curator. She has collaborated and created flora installations using only local and seasonal foraged and gleaned materials for clients such as Vivienne Westwood, John Baldessari, Todd Selby, Carolyn Murphy, GOOP, Nickey Kehoe, Blackman Cruz, Michelle Obama, Michael Pollan, and Alice Waters of Chez Panisse. Her work has been featured in numerous national and international magazines and media, including but not limited to Wired, Vogue, NYTimes, Nowness, Cabana Magazine, C magazine, Remodelista, Sunset, and Martha Stewart Living. She lives in Ojai, California in Chumash Territory. Ian Hughes is a British-born photographer, art director, and craftsman. His work has been exhibited at the National Gallery, London, and published as book cover and album artwork. He lives in Matilija Canyon, California. Obi Kaufmann is an American naturalist, writer, and illustrator. He is the author of The California Field Atlas, an illustrated guide to the state's ecology and geography, which was on the San Francisco Chronicle’s best-seller list and won the gold medal at the California Book Awards and the NCIBA Book of the Year award.