Recent Collaborations

Cultural work & activism = connections with others  + honoring  legacy of change makers.
My work grows from a long lineage of those before and actions happening right now.


“Celebrate Trans Migrant Lives”
Stencil Collaboration with Rommy Torrico (2015)

Disability Justice Collective

Core Leadership (2013- present)

Trans Justice Funding Project

Logistical Support (2014)
Funding Panel (2013)

Mangos with Chili

Touring Artist  (2014)
Featured Performer and Guest Performer (2007-present)

Brown Boi Project

Co-Facilitator with BBP staff and members (2012-2013)


Advocates Committee (2008-2012)


Queer Piers 40 Years: Artist-in-Residency
Zine writing w/ Victor Tobar (2010-2011)

Recipes for the People: Q/POC Foodie & Food Justice

Documentary (2010-2012)
Co-Producer & Co-Director with Rebecca Connie

TPOC Magazine Project

“TPOC Magazine” Visual Art Collaboration with Julio Salgado (2015)


Transgender Leadership Summit (2012)
Advisory Committee representing Brown Boi Project

National Queer Asian and Pacific Islander Alliance (NQAPIA), (2012)
Moderator with panelists: Ryan-Li Dahlstrom, Charlie Solidum, Prerna Sampat, Tiare
Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Panel

Sylvia Rivera Law Project: Small Works Big Change (2012)
Steering Committee

Philadelphia Transgender Health Conference (2012)
Transgender & Gender Non-Conforming APIA Caucus. Co-Facilitator with Anjali Chaudry
Trans Fat & Fabulous! Panelist. Moderated by Joelle Ruby Ryan

Queer Pier 40 Years: FIERCE NYC Artist-in-Collaboration (2011-2012)
In 2010, FIERCE launched Queer Pier, 40 Years, an arts-based initiative to explore the
intersections of archiving, cultural history and public space in community-making
and social change.

The Azolla Story in Make/Shift Magazine Issue 10 (2011)
Community-movement-home for Queer Disabled People of Color
Contributing Writer

Co-Curator with Victor Tobar for RUCKUS Arts (2011)
performance series in New York City that features Queer and Trans Artists of Color.

Res Artis: Res Artis–the worldwide network of residential art programs. (2011)
Future Residency – From Hosting to Hospitality in the Era of Globalization
Panelists: Akaya Windwood (Rockwood Leadership Institute), Kay Ulanday Barrett, Lino Hellings,
Olga Lafazani, Joaquin Barriendos, Moderated by Todd Lester.

TULAY: A Bridge to Fight LGBTQ Youth Suicide / Barangay LA (2011)
Featured Performer

KAMAYAN: With These Hands / Damayan & Ugnayan NY/NJ (2010)
Co-Facilitator with Margarita Garcia Asperas

Infestation / Revolution Starts at Home (Zine) (2008)
with Mango Tribe published with INCITE Women of Color Against Violence & Revolution Starts at Home Collective.

New World Theater at Amherst, in-collaboration w/ Mango Tribe (2006)
Panelist and Featured Performance
Future Aesthetics of Hip-Hop Theater