Freelance Muralist

Designed and painted Murals Since 2009

Medium to Large Scale Murals:

  • “Marion A. Bolden Student Center Mural” with Gladys Grauer, 2009
  • “Extraordinary Experience Mural” for  La Casa de Don Pedro with Dasic Fernandez, 2010 
  • “Franklin Middle school Mural” with Armisey Smith, 2013
  • “A Tribute to Newark Jazz Clubs” Mural with Gladys Grauer, 2013
  • “Blancos Salon Mural”, 2014
  • “Center of Hope Mural” for Rutgers University, 2015
  • “Second Street Youth Center Mural” in Plainfield NJ, 2018
  • “Mildred Helms Mural” for Girl Scouts of the Northeast, 2019
  • "Law Clinic 50th Anniversary Mural" for Rutgers University, 2020
  • "Paradise in the City" For Grammy Museum and Prudential Center in Newark NJ, 2021
  • "Stronger Together Mural" For Redbull and Newark arts

Instructed Mural classes for College and High School students in subject matters such as Public Arts, Graphic Design, and Fine Arts to support the Public Arts initiatives within the city of Newark.

Product Designer

Employment Period: 2016 – current

Position: UX/UI Designer, Graphic Design, Marketing Professional, Creative Director

Roles and Responsibilities:

Designed IOS Apps, Progressive Web Apps, and Websites.

Collaborated with high-profile corporations (Google, Toyota, Microsoft) and their creative teams to execute designs for various marketing events.

Created marketing collateral such as Pitch Decks, Product Catalogs, Instructional videos, Email/Social media campaigns.

Managed Junior Designers and Interns.



High School

Newark NJ Arts High School

Art Major

Undergraduate Degree

Montclair State University

Bachelor of Arts

Internships & Pre-Collegiate Programs

Cooper Union Summer and fall Pre-Collegiate programs in New York City

Interned at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Barat Foundation-Art classes in Provence, France through sponsorship from the Barat Foundation

Notable Accomplishments

NAACP Regional Gold place for Painting and Drawing

NAACP Nationals Silver for Drawing

Best New Artist through Skylands Exhibition SCAHC

Scholarship: Art in the Atrium


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