I'm an artist and organizer residing on Ohlone land. Thematically, my art centers on how vulnerability and community co-creation can move through trauma to create possibility and connection. As an artist, I've previously shown at the Asian Art Museum, the Pacific Heritage Museum, and SOMArts. Additionally, I co-curated installations for arts festivals such as Kearny Street Workshop's APAture 2017 and Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center's United States of Asian America. In 2018, I headlined a national performance art tour on consent and curated a multinational art installation that was featured at the Asian Arts Initiative's show Working Conditions. Concurrent to this, I was a 2018 - 2019 Fellow for Emerging Arts Professionals where I served on the editorial team for Emerge Magazine. This past winter, I curated Forward Echo at the Galallery, a show about creating a language for experiences that do not yet have words. I'm also a member of Appendix, a multiethnic API art collective for queer and allied artists that was envisioned through an eponymous show hosted in 2016 by AAWAA. My current interests lie in understanding the nuances and impact of communication on building community and creating social change.