Cesar was an artist, an immigrant, a gay. He represents many that must have a voice today. Cesar lived the present. He was passioned about life, and lived it in a beautiful way. He still touches people so deeply that I can feel, read and see in their eyes, 30 years after his dead. He is a lesson about how to live and love. Cesar to me is also about ancestry, oral history, about keeping memory alive. He is what we’re are slowly losing to technology and time, if we don’t pay attention. He is what is about to die in some cultures.

Many people travel guided by Google’s first results. I though it was time for me to travel guide by him. So I quit my job and decided to tell this story.