Hi there. So, I’m learning how to make records, and how to grow food and harvest fruit trees. I’m writing a lot, too, just to show myself what I’m experiencing.
I'm exploring this latest iteration of womanhood, interdisciplinary art, what they can look like, and the height and the depth of what they can be.
I said to a good girlfriend, Nile Livingston one day, “I really just want to learn for a living, and have my hands in soil...” That’s when I made friends with community organizers, educators and farmers in a town that I was from (like me), but was learning for the first time (still me).
So about me: I live every day with the intent to 1) parlay this persistent creative frustration into something I can eventually let go of—be it in music, writing or something else; and 2) remind myself that these works are not me, are not my worth, are not my access to belonging, are not my permission to exist. Pleased to make your acquaintance. — 061419