(de) Color-Es is an event that questions what color and marginalization is, how it is constructed within our societal contexts and where it can go/what it can do. The project seeks to cultivate community and networks amongst artists of color and first generation individuals through the coalition of art.Read More
the river knows will be performed at the UCR/California Museum of Photography on February 2, 2017 from 7:00PM-7:30PM; Free event.Read More
the river knows, will be presented by Crystal Sepúlveda in collaboration with Gwendolyn Benitez, Rebekah Johnson, Kylie Kruger, and me as part of (de) Color-Es. The event will take place at Human Resources Los Angeles on November 12, 2016.Read More
In the weekly trek into the river, I’ve observed and experienced beauty, uncertainty, and moments of bliss. Being in a river surrounded by the mountainside of Mt. Rubidoux, indigenous plants, and wildlife is intrinsically beautiful; it’s something that needs to be seen to be felt.Read More
Hi all - I haven't updated here in a while, so here's a quick update on what I've been working on for the past few months.
I launched a new project called hundredancers.Read More
Make Music Pasadena is a FREE, all-day, all-ages music celebration that attracts an estimated attendance of 50,000. Make Music Pasadena is California’s only musical festival that offers the unique opportunity to experience an immense range of quality music in varied urban settings at no cost.
The musical lineup totals more than 150 bands, featuring an eclectic mix of diverse music, including seasoned award-winning performers and emerging homegrown talent, coming together for one day to celebrate the spirit of music and community.Read More
An inside look at music producer Eric Lilavois’ (Saint Motel, Atlas Genius) unique process - in stunning anamorphic black and white. The Journey follows a cast of career musicians to Seattle’s historic London Bridge Studio (Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Alice in Chains), where creative ambition meets professional commitment.
The Journey features in-depth interviews, performances, and commentary on the creative process from a cast of career musicians including Ben Smith (Heart), Andrew Joslyn (Macklemore & Ryan Lewis), Danny T. Levin (Vampire Weekend, Julian Casablancas), David Moyer (U2, Snoop Dogg, Tears for Fears, Broken Bells) and GRAMMY NW Chapter President Geoff Ott.Read More