Cindy Vallejo communicates various attitudes towards identity, culture and individuality. She uses the photographic platform to create discussions around her personal experiences and aspects of society. Although photography is where she began, her motivation to question pushes her to explore different forms of medium and representation. Her most recent works include: “Don’t tell me art does not move us,” a performance piece for Cuerpos Unidos at Vincent Price Art Museum as part of Pacific Standard Time. As well as, “Guisa Huisa Jaina,” a photo work for Barrio Logos at Residency Art Gallery.