Human Nature, 2009, Oil on Canvas, 28x24

Forbidden Fruit, 2007, Acrylic and Ink on Board, 17x20

The March, 2014, Acrylic and Ink on Board, 30x30

MLK, 2014, Acrylic and Ink on Board, 30x30

Homage to Picasso, 2013, Acrylic and Ink on Board, 30x40

The Lion of Anacostia, 2014, Acrylic and Ink on Board, 17x20

Gordon the Slave, 2009, Mixed Media on Board, 17x20

911, 2020, Charcoal, Conte, and Oil Pastels on Arches Paper, 18x24

Trinity, 2015, Collagraph, Monoprint, and Oil on Revere Paper, 17x20

Social Activism

Social Activism is found throughout many pieces within the entire body of my work. The need to understand, explain, and expose challenges faced by Black America is a part of who I am and reflects the lens upon which I view the world. I often take very difficult subjects and try to beautify them in order to catalyze challenging discussions. My works seek to bring forth both issues and solutions through the scope of an African American Artist, while at other times it may simply document witnessed moments for historical reference.