I graduated San Jose State University with two degrees, anthropology and magazine journalism, in Spring 2013. I have a strong curiosity about life. I want to read every classic novel, travel to every good city and eat every tasty dish.
I currently live in Los Angeles. My hobbies include bike riding, guitar playing and aimless exploring. I was previously a Bicycle Information Resource Director with San José Bike Party and the Director of Resource Affairs for Associated Students of San Jose State University, two passions I deeply hold.
Currently, I am the Lead Graphic Designer + Web Developer at Relativity Education, a film + performing arts educational startup in Downtown Los Angeles, where I’ve made more websites and flyers than I can count.
I have previously interned at Quad/Photo (photo), Graves Communications (ad/design), Source Interlink’s international and lifestyle groups (art/design/layout) and the San Francisco Chronicle (art/design/layout). I was the multimedia intern at the Denver Post (multimedia).
I’m also fluent in American Sign Language and I have worked as a sign language interpreter for more than six years. I can also speak and read some Spanish.
My heart is in the truth, and I want to continue to work with journalists, documentary filmmakers and photographers. I am available for freelance work and collaborative projects. I’ve always said my priority in life is to give voices to the voiceless—if you’ve got a project that’ll do this, sign me up.