This work was commissioned by Montalvo Arts Center and developed in the Lucas Artists Program. Created for the exhibition, "Claiming Space: Refiguring the Body in Landscape."

Filmed in the summer of 2010, this short documentary features artists Pilar Agüero-Esparza and Hector Dio Mendoza during their apprenticeship with José Agüero, a third-generation huarache-maker (traditional Mexican sandals) at his shop in South Central LA. Directed by Tricia Creeson-Valencia of Flaca Films. Cinematographer Roberto Gudiño.

MACLA's "Xicanx Biennial: Muxeres Rising" grapples with issues of culture and gender fluidity January 16, 2019 by Jeffrey Edalatpour

"Pacific Standard Time Spotlights the Arts and Crafts Made along the U.S.-Mexico Border" by Maxwell Williams

Mention in review of "ICONIC: Black Panther" exhibition at Gregorio Escalante Gallery by Amy Kaeser

Mention in review "The Hotel Del Sol Can’t Contain the stARTup Art Fair" by Peter Lawrence Kane