The Victory Grill is a historic venue in East Austin, Texas. Opened in 1945, it has hosted famous local and national blues artists, witnessed the consequences of segregation and urban gentrification, and served as a community base.
I was an editorial assistant / intern for Munaluchi Bridal Magazine, an online/digital/print magazine that caters to women of color for weddings, style, and culture. Contributing to their Travel Tuesdays series as well as their real wedding showcases, I worked as their romantic-travel-correspondent and African-music-guru.
I wrote an article about Austin, Tx, the school-to-prison pipeline, and community-based programs.
The Lounge at WRGW District Radio featured music from around the world, information about artists and genres, events and topics tailored to Washington, DC, and showcases of local artists in Washington, DC
“Stop The Pipeline” is a music video, public service announcement, educational tool, and news supplement attempting to fill the gap between those affected by the school-to-prison pipeline and those who should be paying attention to the pipeline.
Toni and Sarah integrate history, education, and cooking in a fun way that is easy to relate to and intriguing to continue.
I take pictures with a Nikon D5100 and Pentax k-r
Due to climate change and human habits, Texas’ access to water is gradually entering a danger zone. Here I share some of the photos I took for our story on the water tension and debate between Texas and Mexico.