I am a sculptural artist that assembles materials to create mask/sculptures that hold space for the preservation of black and indigenous stories, while also reflecting upon my identity. The masks are used to follow global stories of the intersection between black and indigenous people that encourage my spirit. Finding strength in the Mardi Gras Indians, Indigenous North Americans, and Afro stories in Caribbean Carnival. Encouragement of these stories have influenced a purposeful placement of personal identity into the masquerade. Materials being sourced from personal life or stories from my own family. Masking has allowed me to express myself comfortably to the world. In the duality of my christ like spirit and my uncut punk rebellious grit.