American Mountain Guides Association (AMGA)

Certified Climbing Instructor


Member of the New York Chapter

National Geographic Society

YourShot Member

Art Director’s Club

Student Member


Artist for the Upworthy Facebook Live event, raising money for ACLU, Planned Parenthood, and Earthjustice

World Maker Faire

Street Teamer

El Museo Del Barrio

Face painter for Día De Muerto at Super Sábado

St. George Ukrainian Festival

Face painter at the KidsZone


“Most Valuable Painter”

Groundswell Community Mural Project (Beautifying Riverbank)

Outstanding Commitment to Honors Scholars & BMI

Honors Scholars at CUNY City Tech

Honorable Mention

CUNY Entrepreneurial Concept Competition (collab with Patricia Persaud)

Origami Hearts

Workshop host at HealthyNYC Event

Calligraphy with Natural Dyes

Workshop leader for Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA) – First Saturdays at Bergen Street Community Garden

Zine Design

Workshop leader at City Tech Club Hours (collab with Loubna Aly)

Photograph by The Urban Wild

Agricultural Technology Program with The Urban Wild | 2019

The Urban Wild is a New York City-based nonprofit organization dedicated to making sustainable agricultural technology more accessible to areas affected by food insecurity. We believe we can educate, empower and ultimately, uplift vulnerable communities out of food-insecure states through the use of localized sustainable agriculture and pathways to opportunities in the green sector. (from The Urban Wild)

Photograph by Woodenfish

Humanistic Buddhist Monastic Life Program with Woodenfish | 2018

The Humanistic Buddhist Monastic Life Program (HBMLP) is an intensive experience in the Buddhist way of life. It offers participants exposure to a way of being that is profoundly different from the constant busyness and distraction of contemporary society. Meditation and contemplation provide a connection to the world and other people. In the process of experiencing a different way of life in a Buddhist temple, one discovers different ways of approaching life in the rest of the world. (from Woodenfish)

Photograph by NSIN / MIT Innovation Initiative

Hacking Emergency Response with NSIN: National Security Innovation Network (formerly MD5) x MIT Innovation Initiative | 2017

A three-day hackathon challenge to build product prototypes that incorporate functional fabrics as part of a system that addresses emergency response in challenging environments. (from MIT Innovation Initiative)