At the age of four, I discovered my artistic abilities. I spent time making unique designs, coloring, drawing, painting, developing skills along the way. I earned my bachelor's degree in art therapy with a minor in graphic design from Edgewood College of Madison, WI. In May of 2021, I started my master's degree in the business of art and design program through the Maryland Institute of Art and Design.
Between 2018 and 2021, I have hosted and led 11+ paint parties, both in-person and virtual, hosted and participated in three art shows, partnered up with two amazing artists painting three murals downtown Madison during the Goerge Floyd protest. In December 2020, I completed a mural for St. Johns United Church of Monroe, WI. The three-part mural expresses the effects of racism and power equality. November 2021, I was one of the featured graphic design artists in the Wisconsin Historical Society COVID 19- Poster Project (phase 2). I created the poster titled " Helping Hands."
My artistic vision consists of abstract designs, shapes, lines, vibrant and mellow colors, nature landscapes, musical influences from various songs and genres, reflections of my day-to-day as a black woman, black community, and the world around me. My vision comes together through brushstrokes of different mediums of paint, markers, digital illustrations, and other mixed media.