Run n Gun | Sh*ts n Giggles
︎︎︎ Graphic Designer

Galint Gaming
︎︎︎ Brand Designer Consultant

︎︎︎ Graphic Designer Consultant
2022 (6 months)

︎︎︎ Creative Director
2019 (2 months)

Ogilvy El Salvador
︎︎︎ Internship
2018 (1 months)

︎︎︎ Designer


The Show at ECU
︎︎︎ “la casa de mi abuela”

Connecting the Dots: Lower Mainland Emerging Printmakers Exchange and Exhibition
︎︎︎ “nov7_2021.lth”


Emily Carr University of Art + Design
︎︎︎ BFA Visual Arts

Academia Britanica Cuscatleca
︎︎︎ International Baccalaureate



︎︎︎ @gabo.gtrrz

︎︎︎ Gabriel ‘gabo’ Saenz


Woo Publication ‘NOSTALGIA’
︎︎︎ “i thought i was a night owl”
Fall 2022

La Prensa Grafica
︎︎︎ “Alumnos de la ABC presentan arte sobre tematicas sociales”[link]
Spring 2019


Anti-Racism Student Action + Respond (ARSAR) Fund
︎︎︎ Visual Arts

“La casa de mi abuela”

︎︎︎ Mixed Media Sculpture with
Projection Mapping

This tribute to the hardworking women of Nicaragua serves as a touching memorial my grandmother, who tirelessly sewed to provide for our family.

Crafted from durable foam board, the antique sewing machine is transformed into a powerful symbol of resilience and strength. The piece is brought to life through a breathtaking projection mapping display, which expertly highlights the intricate details of the sculpture while immersing viewers in a captivating visual narrative. The dynamic projection mapping technology adds depth and dimension to the sculpture, creating a truly immersive and interactive experience.

The sculpture is complemented by an ambient soundtrack that evokes the bustling energy of Villa Libertad in Managua, Nicaragua. The sound of the street noise outside the artist's grandmother's house serves as a poignant reminder of the everyday struggles and triumphs of the working class.


Sh*ts N Giggles 2023

︎︎︎ Branding and Poster Design

“I thought I was a night owl”

︎︎︎ Glow-in-the-dark screenprint, Illustration

“I love looking at the sunset”

︎︎︎ Screenprint, Illustration

Logline: Stuck in a violent and corrupt system, a teenager befriends the voice of a dead body in the bathroom vents and plots to expose her school's negligence.

I designed the film poster in collaboration with Hannah Chang, combining digital techniques with traditional artistry to convey the essence of to convey the essence of corruption and a failed system for the youth. Additionally, I screenprinted onto newsprint to produce a newspaper prop that authentically replicated the look of 80s/90s newspapers in terms of size and design.


dir. Hannah Chang
︎︎︎ Graphic artist, Prop-maker

“I hope your flowers bloom”

︎︎︎ merchandise design

︎︎︎ Branding


︎︎︎ Acrylic Markers on vinly covers

Emily Carr University Hoodie

︎︎︎ Graphic Design, Merchandise

From dissatisfaction with the uninspiring merchandise offered by Emily Carr University in 2022, as a student of one of the world's premier art schools, I felt compelled to craft a collection of sweatshirts and hoodies that truly captured the essence of studying at this so called prestigious institution.To showcase the merchandise with a timeless aesthetic, I opted for a distressed and weathered appearance. By utilizing the wood types available in the print shop, I recreated a vintage, worn-out effect. This deliberate choice serves as an homage to the rich history of Emily Carr University as an institute, honoring its longstanding legacy as a haven for artistic exploration.

Emily Carr Foundation Show 2020 Poster

︎︎︎ illustration


︎︎︎ illustration

“Nature won’t be the only one dead”

︎︎︎ illustration


︎︎︎ Handmade Piñata with Projection Mapping

As someone with ADHD, I struggle with accurately recalling childhood memories, which can impact my ability to experience nostalgia. To explore this concept, I created an art project using a pinata and a digital projection of my grandmother's house in a low-poly environment. The pinata represents childhood, decorated to resemble a specific memory and filled with items representing different aspects of childhood. The projection gives viewers a blurry 360-degree turn of the house, evoking a sense of nostalgia despite the difficulty in organizing memories

︎︎︎ Video Production/3d Modelling

This piece conveys the turbulent and oppressive reality of the 2021 Nicaraguan elections. The elections were widely regarded as being fraught with irregularities and rife with intimidation tactics, leading to widespread condemnation from international observers.

The artwork depicts a group of Nicaraguan police officers, clad in riot gear, blocking a voting ballot box, and denying the people's democratic right to vote. The police officers are captured in a moment of intense confrontation, with their hostile and intimidating expressions conveying the sense of fear and oppression that characterized the election process.

The piece is particularly poignant in its depiction of the Nicaraguan government's crackdown on political dissent in the lead-up to the election. Many political candidates were arrested, including seven opposition presidential candidates, and dozens of political activists were detained. The government's crackdown on opposition voices led to widespread international condemnation, with many countries and human rights organizations calling for an end to the human rights abuses.



︎︎︎ lithograph

“year 2030”

︎︎︎ Digital Collage, Illustration

“year 2069”

︎︎︎ Digital Collage, Illustration

“year 2030”

︎︎︎ Digital Collage