Raychelle Duazo is a queer femme Filipina-American visual artist from the Pacific Northwest. Her specialities include portraits, comics, and typography. Her work focuses on themes of love, heartbreak, loss, memory, identity, and place.
She has spoken on QPOC, art, activism, comics, and AAPI panels in NYC, San Francisco, and Seattle; is an alumni of the VONA Voices Graphic Novel Program (2014); and is an active member of the Seattle-based comics artist collective, The HAND. Her latest work was exhibited at Vital 5 Productions' Out of Sight, Rajana Society's INTERXECTIONS, and The CultureShock Collective's HIGH BLOOD.