Rocio Graham is a Mexican-Canadian multidisciplinary artist based in Sinixt and Syilx territory also known as Christina Lake, BC. She emigrated to Canada from Mexico in 2002. Graham studied photography at Emily Carr University and the Alberta University of the Arts. Arriving at the intersection of art, science and equity, her art practice is influenced by her cultural heritage, ancestral ways of knowing, knowledge of botany and interests in ecological justice.
Her writing musings have found homes in Luma Quarterly, Photo Ed magazine, SNAP Magazine, WSG Blog and Rungh magazine. With the support of Canada Council for the Arts, she is currently working with migrant workers exploring the connection to the land from the Mexican diaspora perspective.