What/who inspires you? Artist Aya Takano, 60s girl bands, the idea of the supernatural, religious iconography, Baz Luhrmann's Romeo + Juliet, magic realism, dreams, Arcade Fire, walking in nature, talking to my friends
Give us a backstory on when you started being a creator. When did you start creating? I've been creating since I could get my hands on materials! I painted and made collages all the time when I was little and they're still some of my favorite pieces of mine. To be honest, I've probably gone downhill as an artist since then because I was such a productive kid.
One fun fact about you: I make a lot of my own clothes!
What inspires you about other creators/activists? I think it's really cool how artists are often activists, and activists are often artists. Artists and activists never really settle down because their work is their life force. I want to live like that!
Do you consider yourself a feminist? Why or why not? I consider myself a feminist because the stigma around feminine qualities is detrimental to people of all genders. I consider myself an intersectional feminist because I think it's important to consider how sexism affects people in different ways and how sexism is interconnected with other systems of oppression.