Jaime Guerrero is an artist recognized for his ability to craft unique glass sculptures. He began his glass career at California College of Art and Crafts in 1994, where he focused on technique, honing his ability in order to convey his ideas into three dimensional glass sculptures. Jaime has studied with Masters such as Checco Ongaro, Pino Signoretto, and Ben Moore. He has been a featured artist in the Mastercraft show at Gumps in San Francisco for five consecutive years, has received the Saxe Fellowship Award in 2006 and 2012 at the Bay Are Glass Institute. He was also selected for the people's choice award in 2012 for his glass sculpture Charros y sus Caballos, which was later purchased by the Oakland Museum of California for their permanent collection. Jaime recently had his first solo museum exhibition at the Snite Museum at the University of Notre Dame. He is currently working on new work for two solo exhibitions for a 2017 Getty Initiative LA LA, and will be featured in a Craft in America PBS special. He offers free workshops to underserved youth as a way to give back and enrich the glass community as a whole with more diverse voices.