CHRISTOPHER N. FERRERIA is a San Diego-based artist and educator who works in photography, installation, public art collaborations, and design. His art practice explores how individual and community identities sublimate themselves through material, spatial, interpersonal, and symbolic engagement and representation. Ferreria’s individual and collaborative works have been featured at the Busan International Photo Fair 2016 (South Korea), inSite_05: Art Practices in the Public Domain (Mexico and U.S.A.), Centro Cultural Tijuana, Honolulu Museum of Art, Asian Arts Initiative, Highways Performance and Visual Art Space, Deep River Gallery, Huntington Beach Art Center, Centro Cultural de la Raza, Gallery CLU, Midwest Center for Photography, Simayspace, Gallery 263, Artists Corner Gallery (Los Angeles), Linus Galleries, Photo Place Gallery, and Class:C Gallery. During his tenure as Visual Arts Director for VozAlta Project, he co-organized and curated several exhibitions including solo shows for Ruben Ochoa, Tuan Andrew Nguyen, Aya Seko, and Patrick ‘Pato’ Hebert. Ferreria received his MFA in Visual Arts from the University of California, San Diego, and a BA in Studio Art from the University of California, Irvine. He currently teaches at Southwestern College, San Diego Mesa College, and MiraCosta College.