I am a certified archivist and an interdisciplinary artist. I have worked for a community archive, a corporate archive, a large public library, and a prestigious museum. However, my archival praxis began as a young Black girl, and as an act of decolonization I center my innate methods. In 2011, I self-published my archival text, somethymes grief goes for a walk. In 2013, I co-curated The Finding Aid: Black Women at the Intersection of Art and Archiving at the Schomburg Center. I have been a House of Noire gem, a featured artist in The Noire Pageant, a Create Change fellow with The Laundromat Project, and a MoCADA Creator in Residence. I have performed at the Laurie Beechman Theatre, House of Yes, Brooklyn Museum, Shades of Burlesque and Jeezy’s Juke Joint revues, Coney Island USA, Underground Cabaret, Bijou Theater, as well as with Dandy Wellington and his band. In 2017, I emancipated my labor by cultivating Archival Alchemy®, a small business that supports creatives and cultural institutions to transform archives through coaching, consultations, creative work, and collaborations.