Hi, I'm Amaryllis, an afrofeminist Puerto Rican cultural worker from Lawrence, MA. I’m working towards creating a collection of art and texts to resist and rest with. Whether it be workshops, photography, or illustrations, I’m working towards creating a culture that uplifts and is accountable to revolutionary ideas and our collective liberation. 

As a cultural worker, preserving moments of joy is an integral part of our liberatory practices. I offer commissions in which I create digital illustrations that bring a creative twist to already cherished photographs. I’m an experienced teaching artist with a demonstrated history of social justice curriculum building and facilitation, youth-led organizing, and public speaking. I’m always open to facilitate workshops or speak to my knowledge of identity, social justice, and art as activism.

I hold a B.A. in English with minors in Latin American & Caribbean Studies and African American Studies from Bridgewater State University.