Hue is a cultural worker and multidisciplinary artist based in Las Vegas, NV making spaces and fiber objects as a lens of finding home for the soul. They love to dream up ways for contemplation on the relationship between nature, the land, and how we adorn our bodies. They are a current member of the scrambled eggs collective, organizing mutual aid events and redistributing art supplies across the community. When they aren’t making art you’ll find them traveling the world while listening to the wind.

Recently they were selected for the Desert Companion’s “2022 Ones to Watch” and have received grants from the NV Arts Council. In their past life, Hue has worked as a freelance designer for fashion companies like Adam Selman, Savage x FENTY, Thom Browne, and Werkstatt NYC. 


Parsons School of Design, New York
Central Saint Martins, London


welcomehomehue at gmail dot com
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Ten Plates Series (2016)

A mixed-media collage series using muslin, marker, thread, and paper. With some found images being charts of photo anthropometry Alphonse Bertillon coined to identify the "criminality" based on someone's features. This method of profiling lead way to modern-day mugshots, though his methods were later deemed false science and used as a way to falsely imprison people based on their race and physical appearance.