I am.
Aesthetic Scenes of Hyper Activity.
Antagonistic Silences of Historic Alienation.
Audacious Sources of Hopeful Activism.
I am.

ASHA was fortunate enough to be the emcee of the 2017 Women's March in San Jose with over 40,000 people.

Photography courtesy of Pfox, Jack Owicki, Christina Lange, Chris Cassell

Photography courtesy of Lorenz Mazon Dumuk, Quynh-Mai Nguyen, Raymond Morales and Phillip Pasag. 

Cinequest Film Festival San Jose, California 2017


Sponsored by Reed Magazine and Stabbydoll Media, ASHA was fortunate enough to participate in performing 2 poems (Baby Hairs and Cultural Graffiti) in this major film festival


The Show Oakland, California 2017


Filmed by Raymond Morales, ASHA ponders oppression through hair.


Immigrant and Refugee Rights March San Jose, California 2017


ASHA joined over 600 people in downtown San Jose to push back against Trump policies and rhetoric. She performed at City Hall right before the crowd marched on the Federal Building.


The Show Oakland, California 2016


Filmed by Raymond Morales, ASHA nerds out about resilience. 


BoxedIN Boxpark Shoreditch, London 2016


Fresh off her first International tour, this is the first piece of the set at BoxedIN, titled "100".


The Show Oakland, California 2016


Filmed by Raymond Morales, ASHA delivers a dose of consciousness in regard to priorities.


Oakland Crossroads @ Studio Grand Oakland, Ca 2016


Filmed by Quynh-Mai Nguyen, ASHA spits "Hex" at an open mic curated by Suzy Huerta, reflecting on realizations of a relationship.


Poetic Imagery 


All of the pieces seek to expose a truth about identity, as well as present an aesthetic to reflect the timbre of the poem




If interested in purchasing or commissioning a piece, please contact ASHA