I acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land on which I live and practice. I pay my respects to Elders – past, present, and emerging.

This is the main website for showcasing my work as an artist. I am currently based on Yugambeh land (Logan City) that is located south of Meanjin (Brisbane), Australia. Thank you so much for visiting.

My practice illustrates, interrogates, and celebrates the multifaceted nature of identity. Drawing from lived experience, I perform in various guises through photography, video, installation, and interactive projects to express the evolution of of identities over time. This results in work that speaks to my identity as a ‘mestizo’ (i.e. a person of ‘mixed’ Filipino descent), gender diversity, and identities considered ‘in-between’.

In 2013, I completed a degree in Fine Arts at the Queensland University of Technology and have since shown in exhibitions locally and abroad. This has included the Czong Institute for Contemporary Art in South Korea, Metro Arts in Brisbane, and Shiro Oni Studio in Japan. In 2022, my solo exhibition Domina was awarded a grant for developmental purposes by Queensland’s Regional Arts Development Fund.