Attending HOLLYWOOD FOREVER’S DAY OF THE DEAD CELEBRATION Press Day

October 16, 2022  •  Leave a Comment
I attended Hollywood Forever’s Day of the Day Celebration Press Day. My goal was to capture the community, artists, and directors who for 23 years have brought us cultural performances, art exhibitions, Danza Mexica, and the ability to display altars for loved ones who have transitioned for everyone to see. For the past 25 years, families from Mich...
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Huehueteotl: A Photo Story

June 15, 2022  •  Leave a Comment
His is the one transmitted, he is the one who teaches it, he follows the truth, Master of the truth, he does not stop admonishing He makes other people's faces wise, he makes others take on a face, he makes them develop it He opens their ears, he enlightens them He is a master of guides, gives them their way, one depends on him… Part of Codice...
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About My Project "In the Times of the Rona"

May 31, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
In the Times of Rona is a linguistic-based concept that narrates the experience of working-class people during the Covid19 pandemic. The inspiration came from my own isolation and contemplation during the Coronavirus. As a natural observer of life, I was curious about what was actually happening to other people. Sympathetic to everyone’s coping pro...
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Creating Concrete Indigenous

May 20, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
Concrete Indigenous is a lyrical documentary of environmental portraiture of Chicanos indigenous people. In the project, I explore the life of indigenous people living in Los Angeles and the Bay Area. The project is intended to expand the conversation regarding Chicano’s of indigenous descent; to communicate the intersectionality of Chicano identit...
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The Broadway Project

September 02, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
The Broadway Project is a photo documentary that narrates the stories of residents in South Central Los Angeles. The work is motivated by the testimonies and history of 3rd, second and first-generation African Americans and Latinos living on Broadway. In learning and exploring the accounts of these individuals, we find the in-depth climate of traum...
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