My current work focuses on portraiture and the visual representation of languages of the African diaspora. My linear color layout signifies my tracing of ancestry and heritage and I use text in Creole to showcase my native tongue, drawing from stylistic representations found around the city of Port-Au-Prince and Leogane, Haiti, specifically on “tap-tap” buses. I combine reconfigured Mud Cloth and Vévé symbols from Mali and Haiti respectively that are representative of my subjects personality and life experiences.  

Currently on view:

Solo Exhibition: Diaspora/Dyaspora at Rootwork Gallery from June 9th - July 23rd

Group Exhibition: Summer Sessions at Heaven Gallery through July 7th