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Revision Path: A showcase of the world’s black graphic designers, web designers, and web developers
I had a chance to meet Maurice Cherry, who runs Revision Path, while visiting Atlanta and had a great time talking with him. Topics include design, graffiti, freelancing and much more. If you don’t know Revision Path you should check it out!
Title says it all.
Pittsburgh City Paper
Giving a Voice: Queer & Brown Podcast Sparking Conversation for a Marginalized Community
This interview focuses on Queer & Brown in Steeltown, a podcast I started with my former partner while we lived in Pittsburgh. We touch on the genesis of the project and loving queer and trans* people of color.
I had a great time talking with Erin Anacker about so many things. Topics include language and librarianship and how that all ties in to being a designer and loving letterforms.
Pecha Kucha Night / AIGA Pittsburgh
Fail So Hard: Success and Queerness
I gave this presentation shortly after I dropped out of a PhD program, was rejected by multiple prospective employers, and rejected by a typography program. It was hilarious! Unfortunately, AIGA Pittsburgh didn’t record the festivities or I would link to the video.
Andy Warhol Museum
Voices Gallery Talk Invited Speaker
The Warhol’s Voices program is an ongoing series of public dialogues and gallery talks by various scholars, community activists and artists. My partner and I were asked to lead a dialogue in response to a photo exhibit by a local queer photographer.
Podcast Thing was started by some podcast nerds to ask other people what they listen to. Have your mind blown by my podcast recommendations.
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
Self-Publishing Panel + Discussion: From Print to Podcast
Hosted in conjunction with the exhibition Alien She, this panel focused on self-publishing and the nuance of creating in different formats. My former partner and I were invited to talk about our podcast project and the work of making and distributing it.