Jeffrey Allen Price is a multi-media and interdisciplinary installation artist. His work often alludes to natural processes such as growth and decay and ultimately comments on consumerism and materialistic culture. His work is often process-based and accumulative, humorous and playful. His works have been shown internationally and have been featured in The New York Times and on the Food Network. He is also known as the founder of the Potatoism movement, a global concept involving potato-themed events, exhibitions, performances, and works of art. J.A.P. is a professor of Studio Art and Art History at a number of institutes of higher education around New York City, including York College, Nassau Community College and Suffolk Community College.e.