BIO: 

Alejandra Pérez has the arguably bad habit of collecting anything from blown-out birthday candles, bird feathers, bits of conversation overheard during lunch the other day, glorified family folklore and whatever else she finds worth the while to document, praise and preserve through various mediums which include printmaking, charcoal drawings and mock miniaturas.

She holds a B.A. in Studio Art and Cultural Anthropology from University of California, Davis and spends her time between teaching in Woodland, CA and San Francisco. She was recently the Latino Teaching Artist Fellowship recipient in 2015-16.