I obtained a Bachelor of Science at Prairie View A&M University in 2018. I graduated as the only woman in the very first class of Digital Media Arts students. I am currently pursuing a Master of Fine Arts in Graphic Design Studio at University of Houston to be completed May of 2021.


I create 2 and 3D pieces that are often examinations or responses to threats against the “American Utopia”. These topics can range from digital surveillance and accessibility to racial/cultural discrimination. 


My core strengths rest upon my abilities to utilize design software like Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator in combination with handmade marks or found documents. I create, destroy and imitate with the help of electronic tools like printers, scanners and laser cutters. 


As of late, the narrative of my work has become more hopeful and progressive in comparison to some of my earlier research interests. I now find great interest in sharing experiences as a means to bridge the gaps between cultures, starting with my own. I am using work by other African Americans to extract forms and gain inspiration.