Unruly Bodies. Stevenson Gallery @ Stevenson University. Stevenson MD April 27–September 21, 2019

2019 ICA Flat File Program. Institute of Contemporary Art Baltimore. Baltimore MD. Feb 12th – Feb 24th 2019.

My Teacher, the Artist. The Creative Alliance. Baltimore MD. Sept. 22nd – Oct. 13th 2018.

Drapetomania: The Strong Urge to Escape. Waller Gallery, Baltimore MD. April 13th- May 26th 2018., PasteMagazine, BmoreArt, shadow&act, face2faceafrica


Salvamor in Salvador w/ Helen Mozao (director/producer/editor) The first installment of the three part Glowing Pain travel series focuses on Helen Salamao a young black woman whose art centers the women of her community in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil.

(2019) Taste Test; a night of Short Films, The Creative Alliance, Baltimore MD

Girl Meets Girl (writer/director/editor) A digital story on same sex love. shot in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil in 2016. Director of Photography, Helen Salamao.

(2017) BaltiGurls BLK LUV, EMP Collective Baltimore, MD

(2017) Fete-Fete 002: Baldamor, OkaySpace, Brooklyn MD

(2018) CineQuebradas Film Festival, Boteco Da Rasta. Salvador, Brazil

(2018) Cineclube Quase Catalogo Day of Lesbian Visibility Film Festival, Modern Museum of Art in Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

(2018) 1ª Mostra de Arte Lésbica, State University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

(2018) The GenderHouse Festival, Godsbanen, Aarhus, Denmark

Not about a Riot (co-producer) Using footage from the week of unrest popularly coined “The Baltimore Uprising” , filmmaker Malaika Aminata documents a city’s response to the death of Freddie Gray. Through music, movement, and art, spirits are stirred, shackles are unchained, and a community comes together . This is the story the media didn’t show; Not About A Riot.

(2015)  A/V Cart, EMP Collective, Baltimore MD
(2016) Real News Network, Baltimore, MD
(2016) Impact Hub, Baltimore MD
(2016) MICA Place, Baltimore MD
(2016) Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore MD
(2017) BlackStar Film Fest, Philadelphia, PA
(2017) Soboli Festival, Accra, Ghana
(2017) Black Film Fest, Capetown, South Africa