Nat Friedman is Professor Emeritus, University at Albany-SUNY (U-Albany), where he was a member of the Department of Mathematics, 1968-2000. He has been an active sculptor since 1971. Presently he is collaborating with Louis Kauffman on an introductory text in knot theory for middle school and high school. He organized the first Art and Mathematics Conference at U-Albany in 1992 (AM92), and this was followed by annual conferences AM93-AM97 at U-Albany and AM98 at the University of California-Berkeley, co-organized with Carlo Sequin. In 1998 he founded the International Society of the Arts, Mathematics, and Architecture (ISAMA), www.isama.org, and the first conference ISAMA 99 was held at the University of the Basque Country, co-organized with Javier Barrallo. Since then there have been ISAMA conferences at U-Albany, 2000; University of Freiburg, Germany, 2002; University of Granada, Spain, 2003; De Paul University, Chicago, IL, 2004; Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, 2007; University of Valencia, Spain, 2008, and U-Albany, 2009. ISAMA has a free electronic full-color publication Hyperseeing, www.isama.org/hyperseeing/. Individual paper copies can be ordered at www.lulu.com.