Natalie De La Rosa
Natalie is a queer Xicana as well as a writer, cosmetics enthusiast, and student. Her contributions to Trascender Magazine reflect her interests and her experiences with the intersections of her identity.
Zoë Armendariz Housen is an aspiring stylist in the clothing textiles and fashion merchandising program at New Mexico State University. She has a passion for leather jackets, sneakers, and green tea Kit Kats.
Raevin is a queer journalist and psychologist; her writing style primarily focuses on her experiences in marginalized spaces, although her other interests include skin care and music.
Daisy is a California native experiencing New York through food and education. She's an aspiring writer who loves anything music, sneaker, makeup, or food-related.
Catch her latest meal at Table for Tres.
Bri enjoys writing about her surroundings and photographing her hometown of El Paso, Texas. She has a background in immigrants’ rights advocacy and enjoys skin care, cooking, and her independence.
Lily Welling is a trans feminine student majoring in studio art. In addition to painting and collage she writes, naps, and commits to activist work on campus to bridge the gap between her school’s policy and reality for its LGBT students.
Skye is a self described messy Gemini and a born witch. Although their Haitian grandmother practiced, Skye never knew her and practices based on a strong hereditary intuition and studies. Their other interests include race/gender issues, music, drama, and scamming.
Zia is a non-binary, self-taught makeup enthusiast who loves horror and Slipknot.
A photographer based in NYC & NoLa, Willis' work explores the relationship between painting, sculpture, and photography. She is heavily influenced by her NYC-born father, who—having grown up around the peak of artists such as Basquiat and Haring— is the root of her love for the abstract. Willis describes her work as performative sculpture, as she views the people she shoots primarily as shapes, combining the proportional ideas of painters and the still movement of sculptures to create her images.