I am a visually impaired choreographer and dramaturg tracing the ideological narratives contained in immigrant and disabled bodies. My work explores how imagination constructs meaning and personal mythology from ancestry and heritage. My Audio Description practice is manifested through storytelling, as a form of resistance, preservation, cultural continuity, and perseverance. As a Costa Rican born of Nicaraguan and Garífuna/Mískito descent, my inspiration comes from experiences of displacement, migratory journey, medicinal botany, indigeneity, craftsmanship and folktales and how they intertwine with the disability experience. My choreography nurtures spaces for immigrant, disabled, and undocumented Latin American ancestry to flourish and be celebrated.