A LITTLE ABOUT ME
I am a Barbadian and Filipino visual artist and musician. My studio is located in the Pineapple Grove arts district of sunny Delray Beach, Florida.
I use photography to explore the intersection of culture and nature. As a mixed-race woman of color growing up in today's America, I find my own freedom within wild spaces. Feet in the soil growing food and framing shots with my Sony is where I feel most free.
I graduated from The New School in New York with a Bachelors of Science in Liberal Arts. I am presently pursuing my Masters in Media Studies with a concentration in documentary filmmaking.
ABOUT MY PROCESS
Vivid wildlife, rare flowers, tropical landscapes, and portraits of people of color in lush environments are common subjects featured in my visual work.
My photography of Manila marketplaces have been featured at 1310 Gallery in Fort Lauderdale. My portraits featuring women of color in nature have been displayed at the Barbados Embassy in Washington D.C.
Here are a few projects I am presently hard at work on: Black Mermaid a handmade jewelry collection, and directing the pilot for a short documentary series on farmers of color in south Florida.
Feel free to reach out
I am currently accepting freelance jobs in editorial photography and live musical performances.
You can reach out to me through my contact form here.