2000 Masters of Arts, New York University. New York, NY
1998 Bachelors of Arts, Spelman College. Atlanta, GA

  • Phi Beta Kappa


Artist Residencies and Awards
2002 Spelman College, Artist-In-Residence. Atlanta, GA

1998 New York University School of Education Opportunity Fellowship Recipient

1997 Amalia Amaki Scholarship Recipient-Spelman College

1997 Spelman College Summer Art Colony. Portobello, Panama


Selected Exhibitions
2017 Walter Maciel Gallery. “With Liberty and Justice For Some.” Los Angeles, CA
San Francisco Arts Commission. “Sanctuary City: With Liberty and Justice for Some.” San Francisco, CA
South Bay Contemporary. “Artist/Mother.” San Pedro, CA
2016 LA Times Festival of Books (Featured artist) Los Angeles, CA
Inglewood Public Library. Inglewood, CA
2015 Papillion Art. “American Survey pt 1” Los Angeles, CA
2014 LACMA Inglewood Art + Film Lab. Inglewood, CA
Zero Down.”1019 West Artist Studio Group show.” Los Angeles, CA
Pico House Gallery. “From her, An Exhibition by Women about Women.” Los Angeles, CA
2013 Ebell of Los Angeles. Los Angeles, CA
2003 Tilford Art Group. Los Angeles, CA
Philadelphia International Art Expo. Philadelphia, PA
Skylight Gallery “2003 Challenge Exhibition”. Brooklyn, NY
2002 Black In America Showcase. Boston, MA
Fine Art at the Riverfront. Wilmington, DE
Rush Arts Gallery “Living Off Experience”. New York, NY
Savacou Gallery “Expressions”. New York, NY
2001 Art Jaz Gallery. “Spirited and Free”. Philadelphia, PA

1998 The Horizon Collective “Black Dimension Art Showcase”. Slingerlands, NY

1997 Museum of Panama. Education Gallery. Panama City,Panama

1996 Camille Love Gallery “Box”. Atlanta, GA


Selected Publications & Reviews
2017 Huffington Post. Review
“Artist’s Mobilize: With Liberty and Justice for Some…An Exhibition Honoring Immigrants” article 1/19/2017

2011 Review
Essence Magazine.print issue.”Colorstruck” article

2003 Black Quarterly Book Review Magazine. Cover
Frank Magazine, Issue 11. Featured Artist
Role Call: A Generational Anthology of Social and Political Black Literature & Art.
2001 What the Future Holds? Review