I’m a communications designer, curious creative, and humanistic thinker originally from Alabama.
I am the creator of the CFBS Podcast, which explores the intersectionality of the experience of millennial women of the African Diaspora millennial. Topics include the discovery of a woman’s own sexuality and sexual expression through pop culture and society (i.e. religion, culture, etc.).
I’ve studied in Alabama (University of Alabama, December 2016), California, and New York (Pratt Institute, May 2020), and have traveled to Japan and throughout the United States.
I have enjoyed partnerships involving brand identity and designing for social impact and media. Some of the most interesting projects to me have promoted diversity, education, and human-centered concepts (e.g., sexuality, sociology, interactions, women, minorities, and cultures around the world).
I had some fun being geometric with colored slip. This piece is one out of two that I used colored slip on. It is currently on exhibition at Dinah Washington Cultural Art Center with Creative Co-Op's 9Seventeen exhibit.
This wall piece was inspired by a little frame arrangement I got as a kid that was made out of three circular frames linked by two rings of wire. It's made out of fiber glass, plaster, and styrofoam and painted in a mixture of watered down ink and blue paint.
One of my first raku pieces and out of a group of three I created.