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Kaylyn Baker is a proud Northern Tutchone and Tlingit woman from the Yukon. She is of the Raven Clan, and a citizen of Selkirk First Nation. She has spent much time living in the Yukon as well as Alaska. As an avid beader she uses various textiles to create her own designs, translating her work into cuffs, mukluks, moccasins, capes and purses, among many other things. At a young age, Kaylyn developed an interest in visual arts including painting, pottery and photography. Her mother, Charlene Baker, was a student at Emily Carr University of Art and Design and University of Alaska Southeast where Kaylyn joined her mom in the classes and fully took part! These formative years exposed her to a variety of visual art mediums. Although her love of beadwork endures.