Emma's work consists of multiple parts using different glass techniques combined with other mediums, drawings, found manipulated objects, and video. She creates installations and discrete works that deals with personal experience, psychological and symbolic content. Emma Salamon was born in France where she spent her early childhood, then moved to New York,Italy, and Argentina. She came to the States for college and received her B.F.A. from The University of the Arts where she was introduced to glass, and M.F.A. from Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia.Emma currently teaches glass at Tyler School of Art and is the Glass Coordinator at The National Liberty Museum in Philadelphia. She has shown around the Philadelphia area, and is a co-founder and active member of the artist collective The Burnt Asphalt Family. She has been featured in the New Glass Review,33,2012, and 37, 2016, as well as Laura Donefer's book "Glass Fashion Extravaganza".