I am a multidisciplinary artist and community facilitator. Through ritual performance, sound collage, and mixed media painting, I create sacred spaces that honor the earth-based traditions of my Black and Jewish ancestors. My art is rooted in practices of collective care, ancestral reverence and embodied study.

The work that I create helps me to breathe, and to make sense of the world I inhabit. It is a practice of petit marronage; seeking refuge in an inner wilderness, making space for my emotional self, listening to the needs of my body, and creating opportunities for others to do the same. I invite beloved community into my art through sacred gatherings, collective art-making and pop-up public activations.

My art is both balm and blueprint: mapping out pathways for the Black liberatory imagination and reviving recipes for collective care.