A visual communication designer who has worked as a branding expert for the last 5 years. He is currently completing an MFA in Visual Communication Design at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He uses dialogue to explore ways to encourage conversation. His practice revolves around exploring how people define community, identity and culture via multidisciplinary approaches – ranging from artist books to public space activations. He’s dedicated to unearthing improved ways of creating connection by focusing on how people relate to each other and the spaces they inhabit, and the navigational skills involved for effective communication.

My Name is Ghana 2017
Akwaaba 2017
That's What She Said 2017
When Elephants Fight, It is the Ground that Suffers. Fall 2018
White Lines. Spring 2018