Jocelyn's collaborative work is highly based in Oceania. She has used her poetry and her special effects make-up skill set to manifest ideas along side some of Pasefika's most talented artists such as Aotearoa's Rosanna Raymond, FAFSWAG, Jahra "Rager" Wasasala, & Grace Teuila Taylor. She has worked with Marshallese climate change warrior, Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner for the 2017 Honolulu Biennial Exhibit & Jo-Jikum Climate Change Arts Camp. In Moloka'i, she has helped to create cover art for Guy Hanohano Naehu & Tanya Mailelani Naehu's 2018 musical album, "Tip of The Spear". In San Francisco, Jocelyn has done multiple creative conceptual images with Photographer, Shane Sasaki & has collaborated with Alonzo King's LINES Dance Company for "Let The Body Speak" (2017). On Oahu she has collaborated with scholars, poets, writers, and photographers such as Dr. Lyz Soto, Jakob Bauwens, No’u Revilla, Bryan Kuwada, Aiko Yamashiro, Dr. Anjoli Roy, Dr. Pahole Sookksasikon, D. Keali’i MacKenzie, Caitlyn Kee, Anna Divide, Christina Bacchilega, and Craig Santos Perez. Her most recent piece of work was created in collaboration with Jahra Wasasala, Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner, & Terisa Siagatonu entitled "She Who Dies To Live" for the Smithsonian's Asian Pacific American Center's Culture Lab Exhibition 'Ae Kai.