Bron is the Art Director and co-founder – with Sarah Zucker – of the art + animation team YoMeryl. Her work blends humor, vibrant colors, and pop culture iconography into a stylized take on our present reality. She lives in Los Angeles.
Bron has created album art, animation, apparel, comics, murals, paintings, and posters. She is known for her digital painting, The Lesbian Last Supper, and its counterpart The Creation of Neil, which have been featured on The Huffington Post, Buzzfeed, The Rachel Maddow Show, and more.
With YoMeryl, Bron has created a wide range of GIF art, including the Brooklyn Museum GIF Series in collaboration with board member Nicole Ehrlich, and the Start Talking. Stop HIV. GIF Series for the CDC’s 2015 Pride Tour, culminating in a Broadway-themed GIF display on a Times Square Billboard throughout the summer of 2015.
In 2016, she painted the 16' x 11' mural Business Park for the City of West Hollywood's City Hall. Soon after, YoMeryl was commissioned by WeHo Arts and The Department of Public Works to create and install the 600 ft' vinyl mural The Kicks of Route 66 to commemorate the 90th Anniversary of the Mother Road. In December of 2016, she was filmed painting a reptilian business woman for Super Deluxe's Artist Residency series. Her original art is credited in the first one-woman feature film, Golden Vanity, starring Melora Hardin (2017).
In 2017, YoMeryl began contributing a weekly animated series for Super Deluxe on Instagram called MUTATIONS, followed by the series Shows That Weren't, and currently Panic Attacks which debut weekly on Tuesdays.
Clients and Publications of YoMeryl's include: The City of West Hollywood, The Brooklyn Museum, The Center for Disease Control, Super Deluxe, Giphy, Tumblr Creatrs, New York Magazine, Details Magazine, The Huffington Post, MTV, and Universal Music.
Bron holds a BFA in Kinetic Imaging from Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of the Arts. She was a recipient of the Arts Award for Excellence in 2007 and 2008.