Anikó Brewer is a multifaceted artist and designer. Her early experience includes working for a Budapest animation studio, and working in a sign shop designing, printing, and installing commercial signage. Anikó holds a B.A. in Visual Arts from Brigham Young University where her studies focused on architecture and interior design. She worked on a collaborative design-build team at BYU to create an extension to the Kids on the Move headquarters in Orem, Utah. Anikó was the recipient of a Society of Women Engineers scholarship and has furthered her training in recent years with the completion of an MIT Design Thinking certificate. She presents her artwork in group exhibitions and has had her works published in the Ensign and Exponent II magazines. Anikó has taught Architectural Drafting and Modeling, as well as Sewing and Textile Design Summer courses at Waterford since 2013. She has also led several Summer Study Abroad courses over the years, taking Waterford students to study the art and history of Europe.