Hi there! My name is Sinéad and I am a queer + mixed creative.
Being based in a global nexus of art, passion, and creativity, I find inspiration in the everyday workings of my surroundings. Whether it be photography, illustration, or writing, I create work that is raw, honest, and vulnerable. I draw inspiration from the organic beauty of quotidian routines, the way that our stories and backgrounds intertwine with one another, and how we interact with each other, our environment, and our own sense of self. I am drawn to capturing people’s personalities and authentic beautiful moments of life, and I aim to capture my work through an anthropological lens. I hope to use art to elevate traditionally unheard voices, tell moving stories, and to shine light on perspectives that have been ignored for too long.
I’m originally from San Francisco, but am based in NYC. At the height of COVID-19 I relocated to Oahu, Hawaii where I lived for 6 months. While here, I delved into my own Hawaiian roots and began creating pieces of art honoring my ancestors, land, and culture. I currently am in my last year at NYU studying Media, Culture, and Communication.
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