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Below you will find samples of our work.



Our work has been seen at:

COSEBOC - Coalition of Schools Educating Boys of Color (click here for our Sample Workbook)

AARP - Manifest 2019 Vision Board Workshop (click here for our Sample Workbook). See the Photo Gallery below:

Policy Link Equity Summit - Art Driving Activism: The Young Artist Movement in Chicago


We contributed to developing the following impactful programs:

Bridges to the Blues - Bridges to the Blues is a multigenerational (must be at least 12 years old) program that pairs Chicago Musicians from multiple genres and diverse backgrounds to reimagine the blues. Participants in the program are invited to collaborate on new original music in order to audition for an opportunity to showcase at the historic Chicago Blues Festival in Millennium Park.

PROject US Style Bias Fashion Show - PROject US is an initiative for young adults between the ages of 13 – 23 designed to build fashion design, music production, and new media journalism skills. Adding value to the skills learned by curating artifacts created & knowledge gained in a comprehensive portfolio. Making that portfolio actionable with industry-centered special opportunities.The program was created by nonprofit organizations Art of Culture Inc. (formerly Donda’s House), Commonwealth Foundation and civic organization - Chicago Public Library’s YOUMedia. Each year the program culminated in a Fashion Show during Chicago Fashion Week. Check out the sample recap below:


Example Work:

Blackstone Bicycle Works - Safety Awareness Video “Stay In Your Lane”:

Sample “Happy New Year” Social Media Video:


Community Engagement at Jay-Z’s Made in America Festival: Developed the hashtag #DHShareYourTruth and festival goers responded to the prompt and then posted their videos on social media. This campaign garnered

Teens in the Park Festival - Community organizations, corporations & more serve as vendors at this annual Youth Music Festival in Chicago that we co-produce:

We served as co-producer for hip hop artist Common’s AAHH! Fest Community Day 2014 and 2016. View the 2016 recap video below:

organizational development

We supported the growth & development of the following organizations, campaigns & initiatives:

John Walt Foundation

Know Your Chicago’s Englewood Tour

Abolition Institute

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