Tomato & Eggs
Tomato & Eggs

An illustration for Tomato & Eggs, a queer Asian American short film. (Photoshop)

Dinnertime!
Dinnertime!

Pages from a children’s book, written by Andrea Auerbach. (Photoshop)

Rapunzel
Rapunzel

A queer woman of color remake of a fairytale for Queer + Trans Artists // On Love for Ourselves + Each Other.  (Photoshop)

Fund Our Future
Fund Our Future

Created for the #FundOurFuture campaign. The figures are based on real educators and students in Massachusetts. Cherry blossoms represent a good education!

For more information on the campaign, click here.

(Photoshop)

No to Public Charge
No to Public Charge

Three images created for National Asian-Pacific Islander Women’s Forum. More information about Public Charge here. (Photoshop)

Queer Azaadi Boston
Queer Azaadi Boston

Four posters created for an action organized by Queer Muslims of Boston, the Muslim Justice League, the Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance, Asian American Resource Workshop and The National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance (NQAPIA). Press here and here.

The flowers are not colored true to life: roses for Nabra Hassanen, rosemary for Jacquarrius Holland, gladiolus for Ava Le’ray Barrin, and holy basil for Srinivas Kuchibotla.

(Photoshop)

 A series of animation stills for  Richie Le , Vietnamese-American Youtuber. See it in action  here ! (Photoshop)

A series of animation stills for Richie Le, Vietnamese-American Youtuber. See it in action here! (Photoshop)

Wedding Card
Wedding Card

An illustration for a Star Wars-themed wedding. (Photoshop)

Beauty and the Beast
Beauty and the Beast

A piece in a series reimagining fairy-tales with queer love.  (Pen & Ink)

 A study in  寫意 (xie yi) .  (Chinese Ink + Watercolors)

A study in 寫意 (xie yi).  (Chinese Ink + Watercolors)

  Bird Attracted to Ripe Fruit  by Lin Chun (act. second half of 12th c.), Song dynasty (960-1279). This is a study in 工筆 (gong bi) from the original painting, which is kept in the Forbidden City at Beijing. (Ink + Watercolors)

Bird Attracted to Ripe Fruit by Lin Chun (act. second half of 12th c.), Song dynasty (960-1279). This is a study in 工筆 (gong bi) from the original painting, which is kept in the Forbidden City at Beijing. (Ink + Watercolors)