A website created for a social media company.
A shirt design that raised money to benefit the Ferguson Public Library and independent black media spaces covering the voices of Ferguson and the surrounding protests.
A website that hosts an ongoing collection of in progress works, snippets, and experiments.
A website that collects one-line excerpts from my daily journals.
A Twitter utility built with the programming language, Python.
A website that lets you send messages to someone you miss.
A logo for an exhibition at the Washington Park Arts Incubator in Chicago, Illinois.
A video using my skin as the subject.
A durational performance collaboration with C'ne Rohlsen-Green that explores relationships and dependancy.
A performance with audience participation that uses leaked code from the mobile application, Snapchat.
A sculpture with video projection that explores code-switching, black vernacular, and the relationship with my father.
Branding and print materials for an exhibition at the South Side Community Art Center in Chicago, Illinois.
Album artwork for Show Your Bones.
A video that uses found and original footage of Chicago fights that investigates the internet voyeur.
A poster, in collaboration with Jason Lazarus, for the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art.
A series of animated GIFs with an accompanied zine of original writing that explores my experience in neighborhoods.
An animated GIF using the average colors of a Google Image Search of "chicago violence".
The framed results of taking an online quiz testing my blackness.
An animated GIF using found imagery created for the project, twohundredfiftysixcolors.
A video that explores the interactions of one of the neighborhoods of my childhood.