I started designing back in 2008 while studying in college to become an architect. Since then I have designed magazines, books, posters, logos, flyers, business documents, social media banners, buildings, housing, streets, city blocks, and much more!
Over the years, I have built an extensive and varied portfolio comprising of Print, Web, and Spatial designs alongside my practice as an educator in Social Sciences and Urban Studies.
I center my practice and research around equity and social justice and as such, I strive to provide affordable services to equity/social justice focused groups, nonprofits, and educational institutes.
The experience of privilege in some contexts and oppression in others has molded me as a researcher. It fuels my determination to continue to advocate for the rights of minorities and marginalized groups. My research has been, and will remain, an effort to include the unheard voices of these communities when urban planners, designers, and policymakers make unconsented decisions that affect their futures and their ability to attain a healthy livelihood, education, and opportunities to overcome inter-generational poverty and trauma.