I grew up in a bilingual and very Mexican, immigrant household. I learned the importance of echandole ganas (putting in the work) at an early age. I also learned plenty about the history of art, dating back to ancient Mayan civilizations. Once I understood my roots came from those great artists, my desire to continue putting in the work grew exponentially.
Also, a bit more background: my design journey began back in high school; somehow, I accidentally ended up in our school’s yearbook class. I regretted it until my interest in layouts suddenly clicked. I fell in love with design then and haven’t stopped creating since.
I attended CSULA and received my Bachelor of Art in Visual Communications and Graphic Design. I’ve been privileged enough to work with many different companies, non-profits, and individuals whose mission drives impactful change in the fight for diversity, equity, and equality.