Tyson Brown was born on Haida Gwaii and raised in the community of Skidegate.
He grew up with Haida art and developed a passion for creating it as a teen. Tyson has been designing two-dimensional formline compositions for more than a decade and has recently expanded into wood and metal mediums.
Tyson enjoys creating pieces that stem from the histories and stories of his people as well as pieces that are inspired by his interpretation of current events or observations on life. He has worked under various Haida artists including Jim Hart, Billy Bellis, Jaalen Edenshaw, and Guujaaw.
Currently living in White Rock, Tyson is engaged in an apprenticeship with renowned Haida artist Robert Davidson. People who inspire Tyson include his late grandfathers Billy Stevens and Bill Reid, Albert Edward Edenshaw, Charles Edenshaw and his aforementioned mentors. He looks forward to steadily expanding on his understanding and expression of Haida art.