I am an artist and educator, born in Peru, with a Masters from California College of the Arts. I have been teaching art through City College's Older Adults Department, and San Francisco State University's OLLI Program. My classes include printmaking, portraiture, collage, and introduction to art. I was the founder and director of Ruth's Table, an intergenerational art center rooted in the art and life of renowned artist Ruth Asawa. More recently, I have designed an art kit for people with dementia that is currently sold all over the world. My current project, with the Sanchez Art Center, has been to design, and distribute mini art kits during the pandemic to low-income seniors. I had a one-person show at the Peninsula Museum of Art in 2019 and was part of the “Creative Citizen in Action” exhibit at the California College of the Arts. My prints, paintings, and sculptures are in private and corporate collections. A number of my prints were chosen to illustrate the poetry collection Gravity, by Elisabeth Rosner.