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Spectacular Vernacular presents “DOIN STUFF in Memphis” December 1, 2016

Yo!! I’m really excited for this event. DOIN STUFF in MEMPHIS is a conversation about how to make things happen for you and your vision in Memphis. It’ll be featuring these 4 inspiring individuals: Cynthia Daniels – Creator of Memphis Black Restaurant Week, Josh Horton – Founder of Creative Works, Dana James Mwangi – Founder of Cheers Creative, and Victor Sawyer – …

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“Spectacular Vernacular” Opening Reception: RECAP

Yo!! The Opening Reception for “Spectacular Vernacular” was absolutely incredible. I couldn’t have asked for a better night. The journey of creating the work for this exhibition has been truly amazing and transforming. To be quite honest, I seriously had my doubts during the process. “Was I qualified to talk about Memphis colloquialisms not being a native?”. “Would the work represent or …

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“Spectacular Vernacular” Exhibition coming September 24, 2016

Yo!! I’m excited to announce the opening of my latest exhibition to premier September 24, 2016 at the Memphis Slim House. Been working on this show for a while now, mostly the conceptual component. SPECTACULAR VERNACULAR is a collection of pieces influenced by the culture of inner city Memphis. Celebrating the everyday colloquialisms that are unique to such a unique community. …

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“Behind Bluff City” Podcast with Kate Friedel and Scovia Wilson

Had the opportunity to guest feature on the “Behind The Bluff” podcast with Kate Friedel and Scovia Wilson. This duo has a heart for making the City of Memphis a better place, which is why they created the podcast in the first place. The podcast highlights interesting people in Memphis doing pretty cool things and expose them to people who may not …

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Make Dope Stuff Everyday

It’s that time of year again. The time of year where we make HUGE promises to ourselves about what we’re gonna do, not gonna do, or what we ought to be doing. We typically have a good 4 to 6 week run then fizzle out. That’s usually because we make large and lofty goals that can be difficult to tackle when …