I am a Northwest-based artist, curator, producer, trainer and consultant using grassroots intersectional transformative justice models to center and amplify the voices of communities most impacted by systemic oppression and generational trauma.
SKINFOLK aims to reclaim, reimagine and reconnect Black people across the Diaspora to that common thread of experience, that shared visual dialect, that rhythmic call and response serving as the mainline of creative resistance to cultural appropriation, erasure and displacement.
I want to see the folk stories of black and brown communities held, nurtured, and loved.
SKINFOLK is an important opportunity to explore the vibes and joy of our complexities and of our roots. I am looking forward to this journey and to our greatness.