Aaron Wilson and Tim Dooley have been collaborating for over a decade. The partnership began as teaching colleagues at the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA, where they are both still Professors of Printmaking. They have produced a wide array of artworks ranging from fine art prints and public projects to printed ephemera. Wilson & Dooley are primarily known for experimenting within the printmaking medium, including sculptural applications and installations. The artist-team have exhibited work across the US,  and have been featured in a number of publications, such as The Complete Engraver, Princeton Architectural Press (2012), Printmaking: A Complete Guide to Materials and Processes (Prentice Hall, 2009), and A Survey of Contemporary Printmaking (Ladymuse, 2012). The duo have given workshops and lectures across the country, and have works held in numerous corporate and private collections. Wilson earned his BFA from Wright State University and his MFA from Ohio University. Dooley earned a BS in International Affairs and a BFA in Studio Art from Florida State University; and an MFA in Printmaking from the University of Tennessee.