In/Visibility is a project that brings visibility to the invisibility of racial terror lynchings in the United States. The project consists of video and photographic pieces that emphasize lynching sites and their contemporary spaces. This ongoing project will result in temporary, socially engaged, and site-specific public art pieces that highlight lynching postcards distributed in the Unites States.
back to black
Back to Black is a series that documents the beauty in identity among the Black community here in America. For centuries the color of our skin and the features of our bodies have been ridiculed, mocked, and even mutilated. Through this work I highlight the beauty in the melanin in our skin, our features, and the identities that we hold. The images are Black and White to enhance the tone differences against other white features.
Veiled is a series that comments on gun violence against Black identifying boys and men in the United States. Black boys and men have an unfortunate history of being murdered by gun and police violence. In the Veiled series, I express this by emphasizing the white veil in most of the photos that is meant to signify death.