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). 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.