personal and political, individual reflection and cultural anthropology, poetry and prose
A slightly spooky comic about losing one's voice -- and what it might take to reclaim self. With three different endings.
I was one of 10 artists matched with 10 students to change the narrative around homelessness through ethnographic cartooning.
Copies distributed via Street Roots
Three gallery exhibitions
My personal exploration into possibilities of political engagement -- within community -- while honoring the complexities of existing as an Asian-American in America today.
Commissioned by and created in collaboration with the Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon
Learning and unlearning what the world tells us about beauty and our value as women -- and the small yet potent ways we may resist.
Winner 2017 Cartoonist Studio Prize
Eisner-Nominated for Best Webcomic 2017
Related projects at "Dear Daughter"
Grappling with my desire to stay small, a reflection from Asian American ComiCon Summit 2017. And a follow-up about how the feelings of belonging are tied into contextual systems of inclusion.
This one is about words because I love words and because words matter. It’s also about being (un)able to say goodbye.