i am an afro-dominican multimedia artist, arts administrator and community organizer from the south bronx currently based in los angeles. i graduated from the university of southern california in 2017, with a bachelor's degree in fine arts. my arts practice highlights and breaks down identity politics through the use of african diaspora critical theory, visual culture and spiritual frameworks. in my social practice, i serve as co-creative director for honey and smoke, a global artist community and platform focused on creating space for artists to meditate on the important themes of our time through themed seasons.
i have shown my work in new york, san francisco, miami and london and have been covered by various publications such as the new york times, cultured magazine, mujerista, artnet, hyperallergic, and it’s nice that magazine amongst others. in 2018, i participated in the lsi artist residency in london, uk organized by the ucl slade school of fine arts and the camden arts center. i am currently an artist in residence for zeal’s studio incubator program in inglewood, ca. zeal is a creative agency and co-op creating spaces for black artists across the diaspora to thrive. through zeal, i also curated the exhibition who owns black art? in miami during art basel 2019.