I enjoy creating colorful, bright paintings which reflect how I see the world: optimistically with a desire to take advantage of and create exciting moment. 

My artworks represent the discovery and growth process people experience, from depicting the cultural influences that have shaped a person to the reflecting on people's inquisitiveness. The ordinary and mundane objects show intimate, domestic experiences which are often sheltered from the public sphere and reveal the personality, traditions, and culture of a person.

Though many of the works in my portfolio do not depict any human figures, their deeper meanings revolve around the various environments and objects that have strongly impacted on growth. The represent profound realizations and highlight the mental discovery process of life. With a pencil or paintbrush in my left hand, I am a medium to express these qualities and my creative imagery.

Painted Snapchat Pics
Shasta Sunrise
In Progress: self portrait
30 Seconds Interaction
Quarantine Reminiscing
1910: German Great Grandmother
Teach Me, Grandpa
Overlooked Rainbow
The Smith Brothers
We All Wear Slippers
My Grandpa Adolph
My Journey: Japan to Now
The Boy That Became My Father
Ange, My Grandmother
Waipo's (Grandma's) Only Sink
One American Stove
My Workplace
My Grandma's Sewing Machine
Potted by My Mother
Cherishing our Time Together
My Grandma's Recipe
Traffic Circle, Mexico City
My Backyard
Painting my Journey
Two Story House
Hanging our Clothes to Dry
My Mom Before Becoming Mom
Always a Similar View
Acueducto de Tepotzotlán, México
Our Holiday Bird