After many years of rigorous academic hard science fundamentals I meandered through a Studio Art degree, but luckily found my voice among admirable Art Historians and a second Bachelors in Art History that helped me find my voice. It has been a sentimental roller coaster having to become the quick study to defines and distinguish myself as an Art Historian amid so many talented historians and curators that are just beginning to find dialogue among each other. I started off in the European Medieval-Baroque in undergrad, then returned to my roots as a native South Floridian with a stake in the Caribbean at large. However, I realized that there were fantastic people working in 20th c. Latin American Studies a UT, Austin and I wanted to move even further towards a fringe specialty in New Media. I've been able to work comfortably across genres in Contemporary art: journalism, curating, and teaching. I look forward to future opportunities with Puma's Creative Caribean Network. More details to follow.