Luis is a natural entertainer who enjoys making others laugh and feel inspired. As a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and Certified Sex Therapist, Luis works tirelessly to support the LGBTQ+ and BIPOC communities. Luis is also the founder of PsychoSocial Media, a mental health platform providing mental health articles and resources. He is also the co-owner of PsychoSocial Therapy, a private practice specializing in LGBTQ+ and BIPOC mental health.

In addition to his professional achievements, he is also an Indigiqueer model who has a deep passion for fashion, visibility, and self-expression. Luis has collaborated with local and international (Mexico) designers. Luis recently launched his Queer Magic Entertainment LLC to continue his work in the entertainment industry through his podcast Queer Magic and other creative endeavors. 

Luis is a firm believer that the media plays a massive role in the way mental health is understood, and wants to use his knowledge to increase awareness. As a testament to his work, Luis has been featured on Telemundo, a large Spanish Network, multiple times. In past appearances on Telemundo, Luis has talked about anxiety, depression, LGBTQ+ issues, and other mental health topics in Spanish.

Luis has modeled for various photographers for both private photoshoots and digital magazines. You can see select images under "specialties" option in menu and then selecting modeling portfolio.




Jordan Joel Fashion Show, 2022

In celebration of PRIDE 2022, I walked the Jordan Joel Fashion Show in a custom piece. Jordan Joel is a San Francisco based fashion designer who brings a fresh new take on street wear. 

The piece I wore is not part of Jordan's ready to wear collection and is a one of a kind piece. The show specifically centered on Queer and/or BIPOC models. You can see my walk down the runway in this short clip!

Urban Native Era Fashion Show, 2024

Urban Native Era (UNE) started in November 2012 in San Jose, CA by Joey Montoya (Lipan Apache) who wanted to increase the visibility of Indigenous Peoples through social media. 

He began taking photos and videos of the ‘Idle No More’ movement and posted them online. 

By May 2013, Urban Native Era released its first set of shirts intended to draw in a broader audience. 

Today, UNE crafts minimal yet powerful designs to create timeless garments. 

Made for everyone. 

This was Urban Native Era's First Fashion Show. 

Equality Fashion Week

About: We are a movement and we believe fashion should be inclusive for all genders and bodies. We celebrate diversity, visibility, and economic empowerment for the LGBTQIA+ community and we want YOU to join us in inspiring change!

Our Mission

  • To celebrate and raise support for the LGBTQ+ community through intersecting the art of fashion, beauty, education and entertainment
  • To showcase LGBTQ+ talent who typically lack visibility, and provide needed access, resources and equitable pay
  • To build economic empowerment for LGBTQ+ small businesses and local community organizations through our market events
  • To educate and create a safe space for learning for both our queer siblings and allies
  • To leverage allyship to create not only opportunity and support, but to inspire unity in community.

I walked for two designers, Paulo Silva and Bad Burro. 






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Want to collaborate? Need a model for your next runway show or photoshoot? Or maybe you need a consultant to help with your next event? Send me a message and lets talk!

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