I’m so grateful to stand amongst this multi-generational gathering of some of my fellow Animation Industry Colleagues as we recreated the legendary A GREAT DAY IN HARLEM photograph (1958). Look for me in the red shoes! https://variety.com/2022/tv/news/great-day-in-harlem-black-animation-nickelodeon-paramount-1235294723/
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Just had to share this lovely, lovely animated poem – from a grateful teacher to one of her 3rd grade students. Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcIYMCC0M1w
It’s been ages 😉
Want to share an interview I did with the fabulous team at Black-N-Animated. It explores my career in animation as an editor, producer, and director. Bre and Way are so easy to chat with, and our conversation touches on the past, present, and future of POC in the animation space. I hope you enjoy…
Hot off the presses – A STORYTELLER’S ANIMATED JOURNEY – an interview with ME! As it appears in this spring’s edition of BELOIT COLLEGE MAGAZINE 2019. Enjoy!
A friend sent me this article about one woman’s challenge to spend a year reading non-white authors. It is worthy of your time and consideration.
This is a wonderful 3 part piece about losing memory. It beautifully weaves a fictionalized story with facts about dementia and Alzheimers. Fabulous. So happy to share it with you.
I am reposting this article from Positive Writer which is worthy of your time and consideration. It lays out the importance of being healthy in Mind, Body, and Spirit to achieve the success you want with your writing (and your life for that matter), and is appropriately titled, THE THREE ESSENTIALS THAT DETERMINE YOUR WRITING SUCCESS.
This is the journey I’ve been on for the past 7 years and I can attest to how it has strengthened my connection to The Muse.
Enjoy and Happy writing!
As Jon Stewart says, “here is your moment of Zen.” A friend turned me onto this fabulously creative artist who works with dirt. Yes, you read it right, dirt.
Check out Paul “Mose” Curtis at UPWORTHY.
I love this blog post.
Have you ever walked into a room and felt negativity in the air? Feeling another person’s energy is actually very common. If you give off positive energy, other people will feel better around you. In contrast, if you give off negative energy others are likely to feel tense and likely want to leave. Positive beliefs, thoughts and feelings turn into positive energy that you put into the universe. YOU control your energy. Whether it be positive or negative, your energy affects everyone you come in contact with.
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