Cindy Vallejo communicates various attitudes towards identity, individuality and culture through her artwork. She uses the photographic platform to create discussions around issues that reference her personal experiences, the climate in politics and surrounding communities. Through a process of reimagining narratives from the past, she explores how life has been while questioning how certain aspects of life continue to be. Although photography is where she began, the continuous exploration of medium is what helps her ideas flourish in a way that speaks to a greater extent. Cindy Vallejo recently had the opportunity to create and perform a piece for Vincent Price Art Museum titled, “ Don’t tell me art does not move us.” She also had the pleasure of being part of a group exhibition tilted, “Barrio Logos: Displacement and Vanishing Iconography,” in her childhood city of Inglewood California.