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As an artist and professional, I strive to create experiences that are both enjoyable and educational. I am passionate about producing projects that are fun, authentic, and culturally diverse. My mission is to bring the world together through the power of interactive media.

From theatrical experiences to puzzle games and visual novels, I’m constantly exploring the cutting edge of gaming and web development technologies. I look forward to exploring the next frontier of interactive entertainment, and I invite you to join me on this journey!


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The creative team behind NWCT’s Chitra: The Girl Prince and The Jungle Book brings you the story of Tenali, royal minister and irrepressible trickster. When the King’s beloved peacock crown mysteriously disappears, it’s up to Tenali to uncover the culprit and restore order to the kingdom, all while staying one step ahead of his enemies in the king’s court. NWCT is proud to partner with director/choreographer Anita Menon on this hilarious whodunit filled with charm, wit, and breathtaking dance sequences.

I'm proud to announce that I am joining the Vanport Mosaic team! The Vanport Mosaic is a community-driven memory-activism platform that amplifies, honors, and preserves the silenced histories that surround us in order to understand our present and create a future where we all belong.

Actors: Shareen Jacobs, Shelley B. Shelley, Larry Toda, Samson Syharath, Jane Vogel, Dre Slaman, and Sofia Molina workshopping moments for Here on This Bridge: The -Ism Project.

Here On This Bridge: The –Ism Project will premiere at the Fertile Ground Festival at Portland State University’s Boiler Room Theatre, Lincoln Hall (1620 SW Park Avenue, Portland, OR 97201). There will be eight performances in Portland at PSU for the following show dates: Jan. 24-26 and February 7-9 are 7:30pm and Jan, 27 & Feb. 10 are 2pm, 2019. Performances are sliding scale donations which will make it possible to tour this production around the Oregon. The show is suitable for audiences age 14+. This original project is made possible with funding from The Regional Arts and Culture Council (RACC), Ronni Lacroute, and The Collins Foundation.

The monologues cover topical subjects such as tolerance, understanding and bridging divides. Examples include:

  • “Being Me In The Current America” by Josie Seid. A Black middle-class woman experiences racial profiling in Oregon.

  • “Lockdown Drills” by Heather Raffo. An Iraqi refugee woman reacts to news of shootings and child safety

  • “See Her Strength” by Samson Syharath. A gay Laotian man honors his refugee mother’s strength.

  • “Carmelita” by Yasmin Ruvalcaba. A Latina recalls the harrowing story of her mother escaping hardship and violence to cross the Rio Grande River to America.

  • “That Diversity Thing” by Bonnie Ratner & Roberta Hunte. A Black tradeswoman negotiates the complicated terrain of diversity training.

  • “Harvest” by Dmae Roberts. An Asian American reflects on tragic family history with Oregon’s exclusion laws.

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