María is a multidisciplinary designer from Caracas, Venezuela, with a Graphic Design BFA from Maryland Institute College of Art. Her work focuses on exploring technology, design, cyberfeminism, gender and identity through research, video, motion graphic, photography, brand identity, web design, typography, and installations. She has experience working and collaborating with musicians, art directors, fashion designers, curators and magazine editors.
María’s work has been exhibited in Baltimore at Current Space for Meridian Prologue Exhibition, Nomü Nomü for Refusing Refusal Exhibition, New Normal (virtually), and had a virtual (due to COVID) solo exhibition at the space gallery from MICA. She has also worked as a freelancer for Baltimore musicians: June Pastel, Huggy Jones, and John Murphy, and with BmoreArt magazine, where she was also a photography and marketing intern in 2019. Besides her art/design work, she is the co-founder and event organizer, with Anthony Peña, of Noche Depinga, a Latinx dance party that was born at The Crown, Baltimore.