Over the past year I have been studying and learning how to create documentary films. I am excited to present this first short project! It’s about my incredibly talented friend, Joti Singh and her upcoming project: “Blood & Ink”, showing September 10th at Yerba Buena Gardens.

Come see a retrospective of my work among the many talented collaborators of SFPS in Monsters & Heroes at the SF Public Library Main Branch (October 30, 2021 – April 17, 2022) Skylight Gallery – 6th Floor (100 Larkin Street). View the panel discussion here.

The Art of Protest Opening Reception: Saturday, October 2, 2021 at 4-6pm.  Show runs October 2 – December 17 (Free admission)

Panel Discussion at Oakland Asian Cultural Center November 5th (5:30-7PM)! RSVP

Mario Gonzalez was senselessly killed by police officers just blocks from our home. We have a responsibility to our community and to his family to do better. This poster has a list of resources printed on the back: numbers to call (besides the police) for resources and help during a variety of situations. Please contact me if you want one or more of these posters (free).

A new print series is now up at the San Francisco Court house in Gallery A. It is a body of images generated from Hair Stories portraits. (click the image to see more)

We Color the Bay!

We Color the Bay is a series of anit-racist art workshops for kids. Themes focus on identity, community and color theory.  Each art project relates to a short video featuring a Bay Area BIPOC artist, whose work shapes and colors the beautiful Bay Area community. Projects are geared towards elementary school ages but apply to all ages! Check out the We Color the Bay! Project website here.

How can art support social justice?

A donation to ACLU = this beautiful print sent to you (or your loved one)! Prints are available for immediate shipping on a sliding scale starting at $35 and up.

This print is a reproduction of our 2020 mural depicting Gianna Floyd and her powerful quote “Daddy Changed the World”. The final breath of her beloved father, George, was taken by police officers on May 25, 2020, sparking a tangible surge of awokening across the U.S. The image surrounds Gianna with symbols of protection, and embraces her with the innocence every child deserves.

Donations go directly to the ACLU (America Civil Liberties Union), who have been defending social justice in America for 100 years. (Learn more aclu.org).

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This screen print edition, created in collaboration with Adan Gutierrez-Gallegos, is part of a portfolio project responding to Langston Hughes’ poem, Harlem (also called A Dream Deferred). Learn more here.