Laura Halsey Brown is a neurodivergent intra-disciplinary artist. She has worked nationally In San Francisco and New York, and internationally throughout Europe. She has created public art as senseofplace LAB from 2008. She presently lives on the Washington coast.

Her work uses the grid motif to forge time with place, and incorporates influences such as site-specificity, architectural space and Arte Povera: the 1970’s Italian movement focused on "materials of the poor".

In 2020, she was diagnosed with autism, and is presently using this new lens to create an artist book.