I’m a poet with roots in slam and spoken word. I now explore identity and catharsis through creative writing that is meant to be read out loud. I aspire to short stories as well as a full autobiography in coming years.
A resting place for poems and poems in progress.
Focusing on women through design movements such as Arts & Crafts, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, and Bauhaus, I'll explore the relationship between the fine arts, decorative arts, industrial design, and the economic and socio-political aspects they intertwine.
This blog is an ideological framework and physical renditions of an art & design student. The first ten weeks of this blog coincides with my first quarter studying art and design full time. I will learn about the significant industrial design movements in Europe and the United States from 1850-current. Here you can share my progress as I submit drawings, projects, cre
When I was a child my father read books aloud to my brother and I every night for many years — everything from the Lord of the Rings to Animal Dreams by Barbara Kingsolver. Hearing stories and poetry out loud is still my favorite, and I've always done my best writing when I know it's going to be read for an audience. My first exposure to poetry was through spoken word and slam poetry. When I was thirteen, I saw Sherman Alexie and Saul Williams battle in slam poetry finals, and it radically changed my life. Recently I've started dabbling in fiction and am greatly enjoying it.