Johnathan is a trailblazing content creator who has been at the forefront of online media since 2008, when content creation and YouTube were still in their nascent stages. As a Black Filipino American, Johnathan has a unique perspective on life experiences at the intersection of Black and Asian identity, which he fearlessly shares with his audience. His platform serves as a powerful voice for the LGBTQ+ community of color, and he hosts the award-winning podcast "This QPOC Life," which offers a nuanced and insightful view of the world through the lens of a queer person of color.

In addition to his creative pursuits, Johnathan is a passionate activist who founded the Black and Asian Alliance Network in 2020, during a time of heightened tension between Black and Asian communities. Through this organization, Johnathan works tirelessly to promote solidarity and understanding between these communities, advocating for social justice and fostering meaningful connections. His work has been recognized with the Brooklyn Free Speech Award for his outstanding contributions to media and activism.

In addition to his creative pursuits, he is a passionate chorister and choral conductor, having served as Director of Music for Asbury United Methodist Church in Memphis, Tennessee. He is currently a freelance chorister. Through music, he promotes unity and social justice, using his platform to uplift marginalized voices and foster understanding. 

With his unwavering dedication to using his platform for positive change, Johnathan continues to inspire and empower others, leaving an indelible mark on both the online world and the real world, as a leader in the fight for social justice and equality.