From Los Angeles, California, her work reimagines home as a space shaped by queer diaspora and memory. Her spatial reimagining is influenced by a frugal use of culturally-reflective materials. Such reimagining focuses on controlling specific aesthetics of home. Using story-telling, song, and scent, Cynthia develops a visual element toward remembering. This sense of order, routine in process, and gestural repetition performs as a protection from generational trauma. Her work aims to examine and disrupt a dysfunction associated with cultural objects shaped by family memories of war, immigration and comfort. Mediums include multimedia painting, ink, clay, and photography. She has participated in several solo and group shows and film festivals in California, Arizona, Albuquerque, New Mexico, North Carolina, Illinois, and Texas. She studied at Cal Arts in the Aesthetics & Politics Program, School of Critical Studies.