Catherine Tafur was born in Lima, Peru in 1976 to a Peruvian father and a Japanese mother. After spending the first part of her childhood in Peru and the latter part in Wilmington, Delaware, she moved to New York City to study at the Cooper Union School of Art where she earned her BFA. She live
Mambo has been dancing for over 20 years and has been teaching dance since 2000. She has worked at different schools as a teaching artist and has dance with some of the premiere bands to come out of Africa in the 20th Century, including Tete Bruhle, Soukous Stars. She is also the choreographer and
An Art Foundation Student, who's interested in Graphic Design, Animation and Visual Arts. Also known as 'Gwena', (another artist name), which means 'smile' or 'to smile'.
Inspired by the likes of Hayao Miyazaki, Titi Freak, Banksy, Miss Van, amongst many others, Lowri/Gwena's interests in all thing