#DVAF

2017   |  Creative Strategy 




“With each incident of mass violence, it becomes more evident that gender-based violence, abuse, oppression and bigotry are inextricably tied. Efforts to prevent these heinous acts require a larger societal commitment to end abuse and oppression in all its forms, particularly at the intersections.” [2019]

The Domestic Violence Action Fund examines domestic violence and intersecting health, social and economic problems, impacting Los Angeles such as gun violence, homelessness, and trauma. #DVAF was activated cross-platform to inspire audiences to imagine life without domestic violence. #DVAF ran for five weeks, earning it’s $100,000 fundraising goal. 

With Brian Cross, Britni Soto, Omar N. López and Shirley Alvarado del Aguila