Hello followers and supporters,

I just spent three days at Crux’s “unconference” in Alburquerque, New Mexico. This was a dynamic gathering of black visual artists, theatre-makers, filmmakers, and technologists. It was life-changing. There were so many brilliant black folks in the room that it was a bit overwhelming. Every type of connection, contact, and resource I have ever silently prayed for was now accessible to me. There were so many magical “ah-ha” moments I wouldn’t be able to list them here.

On the last day, we were asked to write out what we were committed to for the year and share it with the group. It was clear to me that, sharing more content and being more “seen” were going to be my commitments for the year. I realized recently there are people I’ve been in contact with for years that have no clue what I actually do.
For the record, I’m a composer, playwright, and producer.  
I’ve been very comfortable being behind-the-scenes…too comfortable. A wise person once said, “comfort zones are where dreams go to die.” So, I’ll be sharing my creations more consistently. Hopefully, you follow my IG and you’ve heard some of the music I’ve been sharing. Most of it lives on my Soundcloud. Check me out and let me know what you think.

Quick update –

I’ve finally finished the first act of The Last Gatekeeper and will hopefully be in a good place for a reading by the Spring.

I’m also setting the release of my first album, Brown Liquor and Blessed Oil: Volume 1,  for July 4th, 2020.

That’s all for now. Again, thank you for following me and feel free to share with friends.

With love,