...just your favorite neighborhood hair blogger, urban planning enthusiast, profesh dot connector & wannabe creative.
Earning my B.S. in Human and Organizational Development from Vanderbilt University and a continued student of life, I am a strong advocate for racial & gender equality, exploring the sociology behind beauty trends, inclusive urbanism, and #bodypositivity. You'll most likely find me reading the next new article about city planning and design wherever I live. When I'm not feverishly typing away in my iPhone, I'm probably somewhere drinking a beer in nature, curating playlists on Spotify or cuddling with my husky while watching movies featuring Anne Hathaway (diehard fan, never changing).
My current roles include developing the media strategy for an international architecture collaborative, editing & producing content for a haircare & beauty blog with 3 over million readers, and practicing all of the self-care in all of the ways.
Hit me up if you ever wanna grab a coffee; I'm at a solid 2 cups a day and rising... #eyetwitch
- FAVORITE BOOK: "Year of Yes" By Shonda Rhimes
- FEMINIST FAV: Frida Kahlo
- FAVORITE SONG ATM: Navajo by Masego
- FAVORITE PLACE: Nashville, TN
I like to write a little bit.
Review: 195 Lewis
"Honest and poetic, 195 Lewis Season 1 is an evolutionary series following the intricate lives of several queer women of color set in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn."
Universal Standard: Inclusive Plus Fashion
"For as long as I can remember being plus sized, I can also remember the struggle to find clothing that I felt good in, clothing that was on trend with what my smaller peers were wearing, and most importantly clothing that showed that plus size women do exist. "