Chelsea Garrison grew up in Russellville, Arkansas, spending many hours in her dad's shop helping him with woodworking projects. She graduated from the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design in May 2017 and spent the following months working for local artist, George Dombek.
While in school, she worked in the University of Arkansas Community Design Center on a food processing plant in central Oahu. She also was part of a design/build team that was published on the Arch Daily website, as well as Architect magazine. Another interest she had in school was historic preservation. Chelsea and a team of two other classmates documented the Deepwood House on Mount Kessler, which received third place in the Charles E. Peterson Prize for the Historical American Building Survey.
During her fourth year of school, she studied abroad in Rome, Italy. This experience left her with a passion for travel. While in Europe she traveled to a handful of countries. These days she spends her time traveling across the United States.
Chelsea joined the deMx team in March 2018.