Gemini is a Kenyan artist who uses various art forms to express herself. She concentrates on mixed media paintings using materials such as acrylic paint, sand, paper, saw dust, spray paints and inks among others. With abstracts she can define her understanding of a situation the way she perceives it, which is not necessarily in its original form. The aim of her work is to draw in the viewers to find the deeper meaning under the work creating an emotional response which will keep them thinking about each piece long after they have moved on.

Gemini has been a practicing artist for over 15 years and joined the Blender Art Gallery in Perth, Western Australia where she was living for about 10 years and participated in their annual exhibitions held for residents. Since her move back to Nairobi, she has had several exhibitions including The Nairobi National Museum, Banana Hill Art gallery, Mediterraneo Restaurant, the Village Market, Kuona Trust art walk, Karen Country Club and The Souk Gallery. Her artwork was also selected for UN Expo Milano 2015 and also selected for their official press release. Her work was also exhibited at the Art Revolution Taipei Grand prize competition where her piece was selected as a finalist. Gemini was also part of the Amref Artball 2017.

Her degree in Interactive Multimedia Technologies and Diploma in Photography made her appreciate the unique quality of hand painting in relation to media prints. She is a resident artist at The Kobo Trust