lives and works in New York City
b. 1979

2006   Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University
           Master of Public Health, History of Public Health and Ethics

2001   Columbia College, Columbia University
           Bachelor of Arts, Pre-Medical Studies & African-American History

1997   Fiorello H. LaGuardia High of Music & Art and the Performing Arts
           Diploma, Art

2017     Hidden Like Gold, AAA3 Gallery, NYC

Show Statementhidden like gold is a series of hand-cut collages about girls and women of color existing in and out of the spotlight, in loud spaces, in quiet spaces, in spaces made for us, in spaces made by us, in time and outside of time. Each piece in hidden like gold explores our place and unearths our relationship with ourselves, with each other and with the universe. Read the press release here.


2018               Through a Feminist Lens, Longwood Art Gallery at Hostos, NYC

2018               The Art of Breastfeeding: Modern Narratives of Motherhood
                        MF Gallery, NYC

2017                Juan Rulfo Turns 100, AAA3 Gallery, NYC

2017                Renaissance 12:21, Fourchapter Gallery, Kansas City, MI

2016               AWAKEN: Exploring White Fragility and Criminal (In)justice, Julian
                        Scott Memorial Gallery, Vermont


Understanding the Human Cost of State Violence: Public Health, Arts Based Activism and OrganizingCenter for Justice at Columbia University, March 2017

What Creates Health: A Community Conversation by the NYC Health Department, Collage & Chill Interactive Art Workshop, Hostos Community College, 2016

** I've spent over a decade as a public health researcher doing some pretty interesting and impressive work. You can read all about it in my professional CV here.