I consider myself an afrofuturist. It appeals to me on a personal and spiritual level - the mix of sci-fi and indigenous sensibilities. Interpretations of a future through an afrocentric lens; this is the concept that drives much of my work.
Most days, when I'm alone or just in my own space, there is no guard up. However when I walk out into the world, especially when I'm making moves to create, the armor is on, in all its gleaming splendor. I am at full attention, with my inner coding to be 'on point' taking priority.... Continue Reading →
A huge reason why I started this blog was to have an outlet for my emotional, spiritual and mental health journey. The work I've begun in these last few months is the foundation for a continued road to awareness, actualization and healing. One of the most important parts is meditation, which is playing a huge role in... Continue Reading →
My performer friends in Maine know how to put together a variety show. Last Christmastime, my friend Holly Danger invited me to perform in her holiday production, the Naughty Elves Burlesque Show. Holly always pulls together a great cast of the finest talent, and this was no exception. Drag Queens, Burlesque Dancers, Queer Sex Education,... Continue Reading →
I believe in the power of the universe. Constellations speak my truths. Twinkling light years wisdom. Arbitrary shapes illuminate wild Imaginations of wide-eyed gazers. Solar flares fire electro pulsation Shivering through my equilibrium. Celestial gemstones, precious droplets Of sea-sky hung over beneath me. Imagining the distance around a circle Spun but moved nowhere at all. Reflections... Continue Reading →