Mural for the Facebook AIR Program. San Francisco Headquarters, 2019
This mural is inspired by the ever-changing landscape of San Francisco and is an homage to the city. The scenes are inspired by Chinatown, North Beach and the beat movement, the mariachi bands of the Mission District in which I live, and a wild San Francisco crowd. The mural was completed in two weeks and is approximately 10’x25’.




Mural for Hon’s Wun Tun Noodle House x 100 Days Action Project. Chinatown, San Francisco, 2020
This image was created for 100 Days Action Project, a public art project pairing artists with boarded up storefronts, in partnership with the Facebook Art Department. The original image is a watercolor and gouache painting, blown up to scale and wheatpasted onto Hon’s Wun Tun Noodle House. The image is my interpretation of Hun’s interior space, a bright, busy and bustling place. The interior outlayed on the exterior reminds the Chinatown community of places we hold dear.
Photos by Mariah Tiffany, Courtesy Facebook Art Department


Mural for the AIGA Link Program. Seattle, WA, 2018
Woking alongside high school students based in Seattle, WA, I designed this mural knowing the students would be doing the majority of the painting. Adding some of their hand-writing, accessories and color choices, the final outcome was a true collaboration. 




Mural for Serena William’s Yetunde Price Resource Center. Compton, CA, 2017
Commissioned by Serena Williams and OATH For Good, this mural was created to honor Yetunde Price and provide a welcoming feeling for the clients of the newly created Yetunde Price Resource Center in Compton, CA.


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