I am an indie creator, author, writer, photographer, curator and social critic. I enjoy creating, curating and engaging interesting art. I critique art, pop culture and sociopolitics.
Gradient Lair is a personal blog and womanist space that I created, developed, wrote on and curated from 2012-2015. It is about Black women and art, media, social media, sociopolitics and culture. It is accessed and referenced daily, all over the world, on 50+ U.S. college campuses a day. Most importantly, it reaches Black women who are not in formal academic/labor spaces. The journey was very difficult, but I am proud of it in totality. Anthologies coming in 2017.
Drift Sojourn is my current photography space since 2013 where I create food, travel, lifestyle and macro photography. I also write essays about photography as art, business, and culture. I have 7 years of professional photography experience prior to Drift Sojourn; I created portrait and event photography, wrote feature articles and was published. However, I enjoy my current photographic focus; the beauty of food and place; of minimalism and of macro detail.
Cinemacked is a space that I created in 2015 where I engage the entertainment, aesthetics and sociopolitics of good film and television. I support many Black actors and Black directors, but I also discuss a variety of types of film and TV shows that I enjoy, in general. I curate film and TV show recommendation lists; I write essays on TV as well as film reviews. I also do live tweets during shows. It is a happy space for both fun and smart times; for both entertainment and a critical look at media.