// ABOUT //
Black people are projected differently across all mediums in our culture. Rising above negative perception, appropriation, marginalization, exploitation, discrimination and oppression, we continue to fulfill our noble destiny as vanguards, against all odds.
As a Bahá’í and an adherent to Bahá’u’lláh’s Teachings and Principles, which include: the oneness of humanity; the equality of women and men; the harmony between science and religion; the elimination of all forms of prejudice; Justice as the foundation for Unity; and peace as the next and inevitable stage in the advancement of mankind; I am driven by an intense desire to change the imagery of Black people through my work. I see us as the spiritual beings we are and associate Divine Virtues with each piece I create, ever-striving to contribute to our elevation.
I am a wife, a mother of two (twins) and am based in Nashville. I attended The School of the Art Institute of Chicago where I earned a BFA in Visual Communications & Design.