I was born and raised in the Fort Greene section of Brooklyn and in the 70's creative inspiration was all around. Bright colors, bold fashion designs, and a progressive mind set among the youth, New York City was a catalyst. This all resonated in my early development and show in my current work.
I attended Bishop Loughlin Memorial H.S. and went on to graduate from State University of New York College at Oswego with a B.F.A.
Throughout the years I have worked with several Non-Profit organizations in promoting Art and Art Education.
As I grow so will my art my style and subject matter.
Each piece starts in it's own space. Inspired by the worldwide contributions and sacrifices of the Black experience, I attempt to shed light through color on both dark and bright times on this journey.
I use many different mediums, such as paint, ceramics, and glass. I believe that working in a single medium is restrictive to my artistic process. Each idea manifests in its own individual style.
Family and friends life and death.
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