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Michaela Oteri


She/Her, They/Them

Image 1: A digital portrait depicting a fat white person with blue/purple dyed hair pulled back into a ponytail, wearing a crop top that reads "The Future Is Accessible" and a black plaid skirt. They are holding up a pen in their right hand while sitting in a manual wheelchair and holding a pair of forearm crutches. The background is a blue/purple and art nouveau inspired with vining purple wisteria flowers. They look confident and have a slight smile with black lipstick.

Image 2: A photo of the same person with black hair that fades to vibrant purple. They are wearing glasses, multiple necklaces, and have subtle face piercings while wearing black lipstick that matches their polish and purple handkerchief style shirt. They are holding a pen in their right hand and are sitting in their manual wheelchair outside

Disabled Digital Entirely Self Taught Artist from USA

Areas of Interest:

  • Visual Arts
  • Digital Arts and Media


  • Practicing artist or maker
  • Community member
  • Activist / ally


  • Consulting
  • Design thinking
  • Communications
  • Personal Support

Identifies with:

  • Disabled
  • Mad
  • Neurodiverse
  • Fat
  • Survivor
  • Queer
  • Feminist