My name is Misha Wong. I'm a graphic designer, photographer and video editor. I was born in Camagüey, Cuba, a culturally-rich city in which the crowing of colorful roosters serve as alarm clocks, the gallop of horses are more common than the hum of an engine, where the musical cries of mobile street vendors are heard on every street and into every home, and where the sound of shuffling domino tiles on card tables start at sunrise. My blood carries the rhythm of African drums, Chinese creativity, and the perseverance of the little Caribbean island called Cuba. That fusion explains why my designs are unique, colorful, at times edgy, and constantly evolving. Design is my language and it's how I express my joy. Nature, animals, and the ocean inspire me the most. I love to dance salsa, cook Cuban food for friends and family, and travel to destinations near and far. I like to think that my art reflects the positive, enthusiastic, and intuitive person that I am. I am proud of my Cuban roots and how they've shaped my style, but also feel tremendous gratitude for the opportunities I've enjoyed as a U.S. citizen.
“Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others.”
— Jonathan Swift