2022 Moisture Festival: Opening March 17
I picked this name to remind myself to see the world with the wide-eyed wonder of a child so that I can bring mundane, ordinary moments of life to the stage and reveal their inherent beauty.

All of my acts have elements of my Thai heritage, whether in the costumes, movements, or overall aesthetics.My burlesque acts are polished but never finished. They are always changing as I am growing, deepening my insights, and understanding the same issues through different lenses.

As a queer performer of color, my art and my body are political the second I set foot on stage. The representation I bring and the freedom I feel on stage are my invitation to the audience to feel empowered and embrace that human-to-human connection with me.