Coyote Park (he/they) is a 2Spirit, mixed race (Korean, White, Native American) artist from Honolulu, Hawai'i that currently lives in Tongva Territory/Los Angeles. They are a photographer and storyteller who is Indigenous to California. Park focuses their work on their trans family, as they want to make images of people that they love and have shared lived experiences with. Park's work celebrates the every day by documenting their home space and environments in building queer utopia. Park merges their written work with their passion for image making and has been working on a photo book entitled "All Kin is Blood Kin" surrounding themes of family, rebirth, bodies, sexuality, and love. Park's practice is community and collaboration oriented, as they make photographs with their romantic partners and friendships. They are continuing to make photos in New York, California, and Hawai'i with other QTPOC and of queer/trans couples, evolving their work through time and new experiences.

Professional Work

Coyote has published print work in Cause & Effect Magazine & Lei Magazine

Modeling: Lei Magazine, GQ Magazine, Calvin Klein

Past internships: Milk Media and Tribeca Film Festival

Teaching: Hawai'i Women in Filmmaking (Filmmaking Instructor & Mentor)

Lectures: UC Berkeley, UH Manoa, Rutgers University, Stanford University 

Grant Finalist for the Robert Giard Grant:

Current Projects

All Kin is Blood Kin, photo book (ongoing project, 2020-current)


(Project in collaboration with Rin Kim Ni and GenderFail)


Chosen (Group Show) Leslie Lohman, June 2021

Untouchable Artifacts (Group Show) Five Oaks Museum, July 2021

All Kin is Blood Kin (Solo Exhibition) Aupuni, August 2021

Job Inquiries

For photo/modeling bookings, or other opportunities: email

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