I’ve never considered myself to be an artist of one medium. I am the painter and the canvas.
Through my art, I hope to make people think and feel. Through my show, I hope to make people learn and become curious. Through my collaborations, I want to strengthen the community and inspire the next generation.
Jill of all Trades, Master of None.
“Kuh-loo-Ohs” like Kahlúa meets Cheerios
Follow Passion and Evolve.
While many of us have considered ourselves artists from a young age, my art really took off in my mid 20’s when I started taking larger leaps of faith and followed where my interests were pointing me.
Made from cardboard packaging, greeting cards and menus, these larger than life illusions were showcased in RAW Miami art shows as well as the private gallery of Florida International University’s President. View more mosaics.
From Cards to Cosplay
After realizing the versatility of recyclable goods with an eye for re-purposing, it was a natural transitions to begin making blasters from potato chip cans. This lead to a dip into the cosplay world that paved the way for so much more. View more costumes.
Facing the Truth
One night, I thought to myself, “Why should I buy a mask when I could probably paint one on?” That experiment proved true and I started making more and more elaborate paints, completely transforming myself, sometimes live on camera. View more face and body paint.
Showing it to the World
Even though I’m technically a Millenial and it makes me roll my eyes to say “I have a YouTube show” (because I also have a day-job), it does allow me the freedom to have a creative platform to showcase the art I see in the community around me. Watch the latest episode.
From Makeup to Modeling
If it involves a brush, I’ve probably done it.