"My work recounts identity politics in the United States through the theoretical framework of visual ethnography. Using interpretivist methods of social research, I draw meaning from personal experience and apply a qualitative approach to generate a highly coded, subjective, illustrated codex. My personalized and reflexive archive informs my interpretation of current events and filters them as a series of narrative Chicano imagery. My images are decorated with coded patterns, influenced by multiple cultural histories, that reflect the overlapping identities of life in the 21st century. I create my work primarily with a digital process that allows for crossover between traditional and digital art production; with an emphasis on printmaking and digital animation. I exhibit my work in immersive installations that apply a combination of printmaking, painting, and drawing, with digital displays that present narratives from a Neo-Chicano perspective."