Kanun Andrade immigrated to the United States when she was just fifteen years old. When she arrived to the US, she did not speak English, but after two years of being enrolled in high school, she could read, write, and was also able to graduate.
After graduating high school, she went back to her home country to continue her studies; she then enrolled in La Universidad del Valle de Orizaba (UNIVO) to earn a degree on International Business. Life brought her back to United States, where she started a family, and the love she had for her children motivated her to get involved in their schools.
She started volunteering at numerous elementary schools as an interpreter and translator, as well as getting involved in environmental events, like reforestations and park cleanings. She also had the opportunity to help in an animal shelter. All of this made her fall in love with the environment and animals, and eventually changed her perspective on life.
Kanun moved to the state of Washington back in 2010, where she continued to volunteer for the City of Redmond during reforestation events. She captured every moment she could on camera, to preserve the beauty of nature. Being so close to Mother Earth motivated her to become vegan, and find new ways to nourish herself and her family in a peaceful manner. She also begin a new career path at the Universidad Abierta y a Distancia de México (UnADM), to earn a degree in Environmental Science to help create a sustainable environment for future generations.