You can find me at the intersection of race and poverty, urban and rural.
I was born in a trailer in Alabama, grew up in Washington, DC and studied Art at Earlham College in Richmon, Indiana. I lived more than a decade in Philadelphia and now my roots are in the red clay hills of Northeast Georgia. I'm writing a book called South Facing about my journey toward healing, wholeness and home.
I have limited availability to speak, preach or lead workshops or retreats on healing racism, building community, making poetry, sustaining faith and being an artist while parenting.