An advocate for strange beauty, fast cars, and unique obsessions. A complex blend of writer, artist, model, and hotrodder Cherry is perhaps best known for living a life of extraordinary circumstances. The story of her turbulent youth, homelessness, abuse and triumph has been featured in magazines and books from 2007-present.
Cherry was educated at Art Center College of design in both Transportation Design and Advertising. She attended the University College of London’s Slade School where she studied both Fine Art and Photography.
She is deeply rooted in the hotrodding community and has spent most of her adult life working for prominent builders in the community as well as working on her personal projects that consist of a 1955 Ford Customline, 1929 Briggs/Essex Roadster, and currently a 1969 Karmann Ghia.
With her background in Art and Hotrodding she has been chosen as the curator and organizer for several successful “Low Brow” Art Shows in the Hollywood and Los Angeles area.
She currently lives in a mid-century modern Eichler home in Southern California where she is composing a series of stories of life in the counter culture while also co-host of El Rey Network’s “Score Baja Desert Racing Challenge”