Frank is a multimedia artist originally from San Diego, CA. After relocating to the bay area, he has prioritized the decolonization of his mind and created his own vision from the ground up. His work mixes street photography, fine art, printmaking, and portraiture. Influences include Laura Aguilar, Stanley Kubrick, Frida Kahlo, Martin Chambi, and William Mortensen. Through his work, he strives to create greater conversations on how identity shapes the lens we view the world through. He believes that having more of an understanding mindset in a multi class, multi cultural setting is important when living in a globalized progressive world of today and tomorrow. As an activist and entrepreneur, Frank is constantly seeking ways to learn, grow and make positive impacts in local and global communities. He is currently working on an ongoing project reflecting on the social effects of depression and generational trauma.