Saturn, champion of non-binary self-expression, vibrant dancer, and style icon, is a San Francisco-bred, Los Angeles-based boundary-pushing performing artist.
Saturn has toured Australia, South Korea, Mexico and Canada, took the mainstage at LA Pride 2018, and headlined Seattle Pride 2019. Having opened for Kelsey Lu, Azealia Banks & Charli XCX, Saturn has also starred in videos for Kaytranada & TR/ST, as well as newer artists Matisse Evreoux and Jaake Castro.
Formerly a club King, Saturn notes, "the biggest thing I’ve done as a party host was host RHONDA in the Bahamas as a part of the Holy Ship Festival. But I’ve literally gone from club dancer to backup dancer to party host to headliner! It's been most pleasing to my career.”
As someone who always gives back to the community with time and effort, Saturn has been advocating during the recent BLM uprisings both in protest and online. “We can see things in such a small way, being mindful of the incremental wins we achieve on the road to our greater liberation, yet the big picture is that unity is the only way out. Unity can be practiced independently as long as we're going towards the same goal: once Trans lives are free, we're all free."
After various premieres at Afropunk, Papermag, Billboard, etc., and features in publications Cakeboy, We Are Drome, Subvrt, and Vogue Beauty; performing multi-media art pieces for Codame Art+Tech; and an artist residency with Human Resources LA, Saturn has delved deeper into tech as a means of expression. They are currently developing a podcast, a video blog, and a new web presence that creates a venue for their content and image, a focal point for upcoming projects in music and film, and an opportunity for fans to engage with the artist and secure exclusive merchandise. The song "Love Takeover" has over 100k streams on Spotify. Saturn chooses to focus on creating revenue for their content, which means selling their music through Bandcamp, as well as focusing on their most profitable venture so far: performing. Saturn has used this year to expand their performance online and explore opportunities in digital media.