Events programmer, communication design & textile art, desktop publishing, web design, photography and writing
I grew up in New York City to the Mache clans of the america in Manhattan and of the southern continent in Chile and Argentina, the indigenous family responsible for the Inca agriculture for the vegetables and fruits of our continent. I am a divination dowser responsible for the irrigation system of the continent and I work as a graphic artist and a textile designer; and a coach for your individual business development and am a natural-path healer. I trained in the 70s in production and design for companies, industrial packaging, photography and art. 
Kitchen branding ideas & catering service 
I have developed ways to enhance your restaurant, cafes and services for catering and making a better option to offer in our community as natives and to respect the farms and understand the farming industry is changing. I offer a way to repair your restaurants and food production creating a healthy environment and a healthy option to feed the community. I create events, dinner parties with themes for business and personal events for your network and teams. 
Textile design & screen printing   
I screen print and use hand painting techniques to create fabric design. As Aymara, the indigenous of this continent (america), we weave alpaca and llama and vicuña threads. Textile design is essential for our earth elements to heal from darkness so we dye the fabric and we weave the threads into rugs and sweaters. I design patterns for surface printing and for graphics. 
Fundraising volunteer 
I have been working for the Tibetans and The Leh of Northern India and Kazakhstan since 24 years in New York City and London. I am devoted to helping restore the Tibetans, the Leh-ya of Northern India and their tantras. I have received 11 empowerments and initiations from Tibetan lamas since I am 20 years old and participated in retreats and worked at Tibet House in NYC and Tibet Foundation in London as a volunteer and as an employee. I am a committee member for Amnesty International since 1989 in Grenada, West Indies releasing prisoners of conscience. I lived in Grenada from 1989 for 4 years to heal the land from the Coup d'etat of 1983 from a Cuban attack that killed dozens of Africans living in Grenada. I have experienced 8 hurricanes that devastated our native american lands from bad migration; 9/11 whilst working down town and living down town in Manhattan; and the Columbine school attack in Colorado that killed dozens of children when I lived there from 1998 to 2000. 
 Networking in Spanish & English for our continent  
My family are diplomats and my grandfather started the embassy in Chile in 1934 as refugees arrived from Europe as refugees. My family is the indigenous of the territory of the Aymara (America) and we received many refugees arriving on our shores since 1901. They became our invaders and have offended our land. I am devoted and prepared as the dowser for the Mache clan since the age of 18 years old for my DNA to protect and restore our lands from invasions of Europeans and Africa. Dowsers are channellers that repair elements and the aquifers of our consciousness stream in our cartography (time zone). 
After I suffered the terrorist attack of 9/11 whilst working on Wall Street and living downtown, I began to design an online network to restore our people in the North. It has been in development since Sept 2002 and after experimenting with 4 web hosting companies and three php scripts, WordPress and 5 web domains, I have finished the network this year in 2018 and it is called   
 Services for graphic design
▪ concept development ▪ vision boards ▪ publications ▪ identity logo ▪ style designs ▪ art on adobe illustrator  ▪ Powerpoint templates & presentations with tables & charts   word documents    proposal templates in word   web design, edits or maintenance   typing & formatting documents   illustration in pastel or gouache   photography development   photo editing  ▪ textile design



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