Gender Queer- they them pronoun preference. I was born in a space and have lived in many other places. Artistically pollinating, biking for revolution. I spent the last decade roasting epic coffee for an awesome organization living somebody else's dream. Presently being brave, doing me and holding fast.
<p>Looking into the artistic landscape I rarely see examples of work that reflects me and my communities. Through my art I’m striving to weave the stories of the multiple marginalized communities and body identities I inhabit into the broader story of our culture. We are missing. My story is not reflected- the story of a forever kid, a person of color, a radical queer growing up in poverty, coming of age hand-in-hand with the rise of computers, a product of the 80's, 90's, now.</p>