Drawing is my home. It is messy and crazy sometimes, but above all it is a place where I feel both safe and strong, with a warm environment to explore technical operations and welcome expressive paths that involve physical and digital formats, pencils, inks, watercolors, spray cans and a variety of mark-making materials that bring to life an authentic creative ecosystem.
Drawing is my voice. It is a creative language that holds a playful and powerful medium to communicate with the world around me. At times it comes with a thick accent (difficult to understand) but I rely on lines, scribbles and doodles to say things in a particular way and serve as a bridge between languages, communities and cultures with courage and kindness.
Drawing is my offering. It is the work that I understand best to contribute in the ever-changing development of our communities, our environments and ourselves. Through portraits, landscapes or abstract “happy accidents”, I put my trust in others and hope to build some trust around them, working constantly to unfold an inclusive experience and a mindful presence together.