An artist and designer, Pryor Callaway lives and works in New York City. Born in 1975 in Mississippi to an art teacher mother, she began creating at an early age. First acquiring a Bachelors in Fine Arts from Millsaps College in Jackson, MS, she then received a Masters in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY. Working actively in architecture and furniture design for more than 12 years, she also pursues pure installation and sculpture work.
Her installations are directed towards activating architectural space with industrial materials.
Her work has been published in such magazines as INTERNI, Interior Design Magazine, and New York Magazine and she has shown her work in multiple art and design exhibitions including Art Basel Miami 2011 at the Avant Gallery, Artist’s Take Times Square 2012, Boffo Showhouse NYC 2012.
In addition, Pryor works closely with the international non-profit Mothers To Mothers, serving on the board and designing structures that address contemporary cultural issues in developing countries. She recently designed a Daycare and Learning Center in the Amacho Wato Kebele Village in Ethiopia.