Roger Peet is an artist and printmaker based in Portland, Oregon. His current work in graphic art aims to describe the millenial tension between human activities and the integrity of wild phenomena, addressing the contemporary crises of biodiversity and capitalism and what can and can’t be done about them. His work focuses on issues of extinction, biocultural diversity and environmental disaster with an emphasis on predator/prey relationships and representations of under-appreciated species. He is a founding member of the Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative, a group of North American artists producing socially and environmentally engaged works. He creates his imagery by hand, using analog methods of paper and film cutting, linoleum block-printing and stencil to create emotionally expressive, information-rich narrative images. He is also a muralist, writer, installation artist, and puppeteer. He has organized international collaborative printmaking projects and installations, developed artistic tools in the service of conservation, and collaborated with artists, scientists and organizers across the globe. He is the president of the board of directors of the Flight 64 print studio in Portland and coordinates the national Endangered Species Mural Project.