Kah Mendoza

Community Liaison

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Kah is an enthusiastic artist and filmmaker who also enjoys various forms of media art, such as digital illustration and digital/film photography. With a deep passion for storytelling and a commitment to initiating conversations, Kah leverages their creative skills to illuminate vital issues.

Kah’s journey in the world of media began at an early age. They attended a film school in San Francisco, where they were inspired to shift their focus towards uplifting 2SLGBTQIA Deaf-centered content and narratives. They eventually graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Arts and Media Design from Gallaudet University.

Over the years, Kah has travelled and collaborated with numerous media organizations and worked on film sets in Los Angeles. Their series of digital artworks has been showcased in several museums and galleries, including the recent Queering the Crip, Cripping the Queer exhibition at the Schwules Museum in Berlin, Germany. When Kah isn’t busy behind the camera or canvas, they channel their creativity as a tattoo artist, harnessing the power of ink to convey narratives of self-expression and delve into the essence of human experience.

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