Devyn Galindo is fearlessly nomadic, honest and observant, with an eye toward the gently radical. Having grown up between California and Texas, she currently bounces between Los Angeles and New York, keeping time to explore surrounding cities and the South.
Devyn documents the lives of their friends emerging from the Chicanx scene in Los Angeles. Exploring her identity as a queer non-binary xicanx artist during the current political climate has become an obsession that has led to her first publication, We Are Still Here, which launched in November 2016. Featured in i-D and Remezcla.
You won’t find Devyn anywhere without their infamous boombox, starting impromptu dance parties wherever she goes. Which is why Devyn recently teamed up with Milk Studios to create their first film The Way She Moves, debuting March 2017.
Clients include Adidas, Benefit Cosmetics, Brick Magazine, Converse, Fila, Havana Club, Superga, i-D, Tommy Hilfiger, Twin Magazine, Vogue, and Urban Outfitters.
Brick Magazine - The InternetDevyn shot LA musicians The Internet for a Brick Magazine cover story.
The September Issues - ChloxDevyn's intimate photographs for a feature in The September Issues Magazine.
Havana ClubDevyn shot these campaign images for Havana Club in Cuba earlier this year.
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