I'm a writer, editor, and illustrator based in Brooklyn and Los Angeles.
I explore themes of diasporic identity, sexuality, gender, displacement, and belonging.
I have always been fascinated by liminal spaces and, as a daughter of a Latina immigrant and an Eastern European refugee, I've been teasing apart themes of identity and belonging my entire life.
I was raised in a multicultural, multilingual home (I speak Spanish, English, and French) in the Pacific Northwest. In 2013, I received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. Afterward, I spent time working in grassroots activism— including as a domestic violence and sexual assault counselor—and traveling throughout Central and South America.
In 2015, I began working in art and media after realizing I wanted to drive social change in a more creative way.
Today, I take on projects as a freelance illustrator, designer, and writer—as well as in many other creative realms—but no matter the medium, my goal is always to spark important conversations through storytelling.
I am currently taking on new clients for illustration, design, editorial, and other creative projects. And, though I am always available for remote projects, I'm also open to traveling for short-term projects across the globe.