I’m a native of Philadelphia whose ancestral roots in the city go back three generations. I hold a BA in Studio Art from Kutztown University where I studied large scale metal fabrication and now I work across an array of media, including computer graphics, mural arts and drawing. I have exhibited at the African American Museum and has work in the permanent collection of the Pennsylvania Convention Center. In 2018 I was awarded Rad Girl Artist of the Year. My civil involvement includes serving in the Walnut Hill Community Association in my neighborhood and I have worked the polls for a number of years. I also volunteer for the national non-profit SCORE that offers mentors to small businesses.
My life is an exploration on how to live well and I’m using this online platform to share some of my artworks, recipes, thoughts and interactions. Each new post is like a diary entry, documenting my own becoming as a creative, intellectual and spiritual person. It’s how I connect and build strong relationships with people. In my spare time I enjoy fixing plant-based meals, meditating, lounging with my two cats, sprouting house plants, listening to good music, exercising, traveling and reading anything my curiosity leads me to. My mission is to produce life affirming expressions that comes from being present and awake to the world.
Feel free to reach out with questions, concerns, requests, advice, suggestions, stories, jokes, etc.