I firmly believe in the functions of portraiture, storytelling and the supernatural. The orality of my Nigerian and African American heritage has encouraged an interest in conduits, channels, modes of communication and how they contribute to culture and identity. I remain an artist that prefers to tell stories on multiple platforms; employing sculpture, performance and writing in my lifelong engagement with photography. By Illuminating spaces just out of view, I seek to prompt a further investigation into how one perceives their surroundings/place in time.



Yale University, MFA 

Howard University, BA 

Solo Exhibitions

Sister Gaze: The Instant Archive, Nous Tous Gallery, Los Angeles, CA 2020

Show Me The Light, Superposition Gallery at 1-54 Art Fair, Harlem, NY, 2023

Selected Group Exhibitions

Love Letter to LA, Superposition at Phillips, Los Angeles, CA 2023

Freedom, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, NY 2023

Between the Self and its True Home, The New Wight Biennial, UCLA Broad Art Center, Los Angeles, CA 2022

The dark, too, blooms and sings, UTA Artist Space, Los Angeles, CA 2022

Resilience, Hamptons Benefit for Eastville Historical Society, Superposition Gallery, Sag Harbor, NY 2022

Staring at the Sun, David Zwirner Gallery, New York, NY, 2022

Romance, Action, Mystery, Yale MFA Photography Thesis Show, New Haven, CT, 2022

Brought It Home, Yale MFA at the African American Cultural House, New Haven, CT, 2022

10268#, Yale School of Art Second Year Show, New Haven, CT, 2021

No Masters, Yale School of Art First Year Show, New Haven, CT, 2020

We Are More Than a Moment, Gallery 51 Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, online, 2020

More Than You Know, Parish Gallery, Washington, DC, 2008

Awards & Fellowships

California Arts Council, Emerging Artist, Los Angeles County Grantee, 2023

Rema Hort Mann Emerging Artist, Los Angeles Grantee, 2020

Alice Kimball English Traveling Fellowship, 2021

Using Format